For a period of time now, David Ndii has been attacking President Uhuru Kenyatta heavily. He was the greatest critic to Uhuru's government when he was in Raila's camp and even after the economist shifted camp and joined Deputy President William Ruto's camp, he never ceased his behaviour of hitting hard at the Head of State.
After a period of silence, David Ndii is back at it again as he turned to President Uhuru Kenyatta and dragged him in a big money corruption scandal. Through his official twitter account, Ndii who was reacting to news about DPP dropping charges six in the Arror, Kimwarer case stated that President Uhuru Kenyatta was the one who was directly involved with the money for the dams.
"Expected. Case was faulty by design. Arror/Kimwarer was Uhuru Kenyatta’s racket from the get go. I have it on good authority he personally approved the payments. Couldn’t have been done without his approval. He runs Treasury on WhatsApp." Tweeted David Ndii.
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