David Ndii has spoken candidly on matters around the neglect of some regions in the country when it comes to matters development. According to Ndii, it's evident that Uhuru Kenyatta is not to blame rather his father Jomo Kenyatta who started neglecting regions immediately he became president.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/DavidNdii/status/1576494935284531201?s=20&t=40Olte-kDbsixaaF4MCXdg
According to David Ndii, the former president of Kenya Jomo Kenyatta are largely to blame for they are the ones who started Marginalization since the country gained independence. Ndii is hesitant to blame Uhuru Kenyatta or William Ruto but feels the forefathers are largely to blame.
According to David Ndii, the former premier Raila Odinga is also not to blame for the marginalization witnessed in the country. He blames the people who first began leadership in this country.
It's evident that since Independence the Northern Kenya region has been left behind when it comes to matters development. It's for this reason that some regions have been left marginalized for decades.
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