David Ndii is a renown Kenyan Economist from Kiambu County in the vote rich Mt Kenya region. Economist David Ndii is described as one of the best Economist in the African Continent. His wife vied for the Kiambu County gubernatorial seat during the recently concluded hotly contested 2022 general elections but was defeated by Kimani Wamatangi of the United Democratic Alliance party of Kenya headed by president William Samoei Arap Ruto.
Many people had expected Economist David Ndii to get lucrative State Job considering that he worked tirelessly for president William Samoei Arap Ruto during the campaigns. But he did not get any cabinet secretary or permanent Secretary position. Economist David Ndii has finally reacted after missing out on top government jobs as he revealed his next move. According to Economist David Ndii who was reacting to a tweet that said that the Azimio lost a wonderful man to cartels, economist David Ndii said that it is time to move on .
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