The race for the Kiambu Governor seat has attracted a number of interesting candidates. Former governor Kabogo is willing to give it a second try after being ousted by Waititu who was later impeached. In the race, the sitting governor James Nyooro has also vowed to retain the seat and serve fresh 5 years.
One interesting candidate who has joined the race is Mwende Gatabaki - the wife to prominent economist David Ndii. However now, political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has unleashed hilarious teasing on his friend Ndii whom he terms as a person who is not a political analyst.
Ngunyi has acknowledged that although their arguments are always logical involving formal reasoning, David Ndii still does not get all the concepts around politics and that is possibly why he is addressing the losing side according to Ngunyi.
Ngunyi has further insisted that Kiambu county must make Ndii's wife the governor so that Ndii can become the first lady of the county.
What are your thoughts about Mutahi Ngunyi's suggestion?
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