Former NASA Strategist David Ndii has sharply defended Churches from harsh critism from a section of kenyans accusing them of always allowing Political leaders huge donations without questioning their morality or the source of that money. One of the person who has generously given to churches is the Deputy President William Ruto. Ruto is always moving from one church to another helping them in raising funds for different church projects, a move that has rubbed a section of kenyans and leaders the wrong way.
"The conscientious people calling out churches on corrupt donations, how often have you turned away ranking Government tenderprenuers customers in their businesses eg if Ruto, Sonko, Murathe and Nyokabi made huge order, would you turn them away? Asking for a friend," wondered David Ndii.
However, world_class economist David Ndii had defended the church and leaders being accused of giving money to churches obtained through theft. David Ndii has questioned those calling out churches, asking them how many times they have turned politicians making huge orders from their businesses away.
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