If what people posted or wrote on their online platforms were to be judged one day then majority of the world's population could be judged accordingly. Online platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and WhatsApp have become such a phenomenal instruments used by people across the globe to share and express themselves.
However many share or post according to their situations, moods, environment and social status. Some write their personal issues irregardless of their future plans and association.
Kenyan economist and political strategist David Ndii has found himself in the online predicament today. A couple of months ago David Ndii took to his twitter handle and wrote how he would sell his properties and move out of Kenya once deputy president William Ruto ascends power.
In a turn of events, David Ndii happens to be DP Ruto's frontiers in drafting a strategic plan to help the economy of the country back on its feet. The plan will be DP Ruto's manifesto for a better Kenya in his quest for the presidency.
Netizens reminded David Ndii on his solemn promise of leaving the country while he's right now seen working closely with DP Ruto.
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