Former NASA Strategist and a worly_class economic has revealed what his 15_years old daughter has observed about president Uhuru Kenyatta. The economist has revealed that he was having a father_daughter chat when his daughter made her bold observations about the first in command. Ndii who is a renowed politician, has said that he was having a chat about kenyan's political history.
Ndii said that he was explaining to his data about section 2A, 2007 Post Election, 2013 and 2017 General Elections. According to Ndii his daughter asked him how old is President Uhuru Kenyatta. Learning that the president is ranging between 58/59 years. His daughter observed that perhaps President Uhuru Kenyatta could be going through mid_life crisis.
"Just having a history chat with my 15year old daughter on how we got here_section 2A 2013, 2017 elections PEV ICC and all that, and she makes a remarkable observation. How old is Uhuru, she asks? 58/59 I say. Maybe the presidency is in his mid_life crisis. There you have it," said David Ndii.
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