David Ndii, the senior economic strategist for the state house, backed his boss's, William Ruto decision to hold a church service there. The move was questioned by a Catholic priest named Gabriel Dolan who is stationed in Mombasa. Gabriel Dolan had argued that organizing a church service within the grounds of the White House was not what he had been elected to do as deputy president.
President William Ruto's economic advisor Dr David Ndii has on Tuesday evening left Kenyans talking after his post while in USA. Photo courtesy: David Ndii with Ruto and Kimani Ichung'wa at a past event Ndii who is a well-known Kenyan economist has shared a photo of Nathan's a company that operates a chain of fast food restaurants specializing in hot dogs.
A section of Kenyans are not happy about David Ndii's plea as the new administration takes charge. Ndii through twitter on Thursday midmorning asked Kenyans to give time to Ruto's government. The Kenya Kwanza economic advisor also added that they will not be picking calls frequently from their supporters because they have busy schedules.
President Ruto's Economic Advisor Reveals Why They Are Not Returning Calls of Supporters and Friends
President William Samoei Ruto hit the ground running immediately after being sworn in as Kenya's fifth president. Holding the highest public office in the country, office of the president means having a tight schedule at State House. Not only is president Ruto the busiest man at State House but also his close associates like the Chief of Staff Mr Davis Chirchir and his advisors on national matters such as Mr David Ndii who is the Kenya Kwanza adminstration Chief Economic advisor.
Professor David Ndii has spoken candidly about his trip to the United States. According to Ndii, he moved to the states to look for deals and investment opportunities but not to attend the United Nations General Assembly meeting. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/DavidNdii/status/1572227043256844291?s=20&t=i4aF7-RykAzs-hEKovkOwQ
William Ruto's Camp Speaks On His Swearing-in Ceremony As President Ahead of Supreme Court Ruling On Monday
President elect Dr William Samoei Ruto who was declared as the winner of this year's general election has already started discussing with his close allies concerning the 13th September 2022 Swearing-in ceremony, if the Supreme court upholds his win in a ruling to be delivered on Monday next week.
Revered economist David Ndii, one of the masterminds behind president William Ruto's economic agenda which resonated well with the masses during the campaign period hence spiralling their coalition to the presidency has come out to express the overwhelming pressure they are currently subjected to, just three days after officially taking over power.
Hon. David Ndii, the economic model advisor for the United Democratic Association Party, has mentioned that a rerun is imminent while the supreme court petition is still pending. Ndii said on his Twitter page that members of the azimio la Umoja one Kenya coalition are calling for the court to order a retrial.
Renowned economist David Ndii has urged the Azimio team to comprehend with the consequences of overturning the election of William Ruto. According to Ndii of the supreme Court annulled Ruto's victory, the country will get a constitutional crisis and Raila Odinga will be the biggest loser. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/DavidNdii/status/1565633395564109825?s=20&t=6gbyjhHboBKT34Nl0zYvjg
Celebrated Kenyan economist David Ndii has sounded a warning that there are chances of President Uhuru Kenyatta remaining in power as president until 2027. Ahead of Monday's Supreme Court ruling that will decide to uphold president-elect William Ruto's win or overturn the same, Ndii has warned Azimio people to wish for a re-run with their eyes wide open.
Political analysts are anticipating that the Supreme Court ruling scheduled for Monday 5 September could take Kenya to uncharted territory. Dr. David Ndii. Economist David Ndii has suggested that President Uhuru Kenyatta will stay in office should the court return a verdict for a re-run. According to Ndii the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission with the support of the Kenya Kwanza team would block such a move in court or Parliament.
Economist David Ndii who belongs to the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, has cautioned Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party supporters over wish for a presidential rerun should the Supreme Court nullify the election of William Ruto. Ndii argued that should this be the case, then Azimio Supporters are to lose the most.
David Ndii Delivers Bad News to Azimio Supporters on What Might Happen if Court Nullifies Ruto's Win
Renown Economist, David Ndii has broken silence on the possible outcome of the Presidential petition currently being heard before the Supreme Court of Kenya. Kenyans are currently glued to their Televisions as they follow the Court's proceedings keenly. Ndii through his tweeter account has claimed that Azimio followers will be the biggest losers if Supreme Court judges orders a re-run.
Political observers believe that Kenya may enter unknown ground as a result of the Supreme Court decision expected on Monday, September 5. If the court rules for a rerun, economist David Ndii has predicted that President Uhuru Kenyatta will continue in his position. Ndii asserted that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission would oppose such a move in court or in Parliament with the assistance of the Kenya Kwanza team.
Celebrated Kenyan economist David Ndii has sounded a warning that there are chances of President Uhuru Kenyatta remaining in power as president until 2027. Ahead of Monday' s Supreme Court ruling that will decide to uphold president- elect William Ruto' s win or overturn the same, Ndii has warned Azimio people to wish for a re- run with their eyes wide open.
Political observers believe Kenya could be breaking new ground as a result of the Supreme Court decision expected on Monday 5 September. If the court rules in favor In On a repeat, economist David Ndii has predicted that President Uhuru Kenyatta will remain in office. Ndii said the Independent Elections and Boundaries Commission with the support of Kenya's Kwanza team, could take such a step in court or in parliament would refuse .
While the petition to the Supreme Court is still being considered, the economic model advisor for the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party, Hon. David Ndii, has mentioned that a rerun is likely to take place in the near future. On his Twitter page, Ndii made the assertion that the political allies and leaders of the azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition desired for the court to order a rerun of the election.
President William Samoei Ruto set it all up following being confirmed as Kenya's fifth president. Serving in the most noteworthy position of authority in the country, office of the president implies having a tight timetable at State House. Not exclusively is president Ruto the most active man at State House yet in addition his nearby partners like the Head of Staff Mr Davis Chirchir and his consultants on public matters, for example, Mr David Ndii who is the Kenya Kwanza adminstration Boss Financial counsel.
While the petition to the Supreme Court is still being considered, the economic model adviser for the United Democratic Association Party, Hon. David Ndii, has said that a rerun is likely to take place in the near future. On his Twitter feed, Ndii said that members of the azimio la Umoja one Kenya coalition are requesting that the court order a rerun of the case.
The winner of this year's general election, Dr. William Samoei Ruto, has already begun planning with his closest allies for the swearing-in ceremony that will take place on September 13, 2022, should the Supreme Court confirm his victory in a decision that is expected on Monday of next week.