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Economist David Ndii (PHOTO COURTESY)

Former NASA Strategist David Ndii has raised eyebrows after claiming that he would rather support Deputy President William Ruto rather than President Uhuru Kenyatta when it comes to matters corruption.

Taking to his Twitter handle, Ndii claimed that unlike Uhuru, the DP shares his stolen loot with the public through the generous church donations and harambees.

Ndii was responding to KTN Journalist David Ndii, who had asked President Kenyatta act on corruption that was being perpetuated by Ruto.



“I want u to know that am tired of corruption. The country is suffocating as many in your government led by DP Ruto steal & steal millions.” Gachoka, a well known Ruto critic, tweeted under the #DearUhuruKenyatta hashtag.

But David Ndii, a respected economist, told off Gachoka. He said that the Kenyatta family has no rival when it comes to corruption in Kenya.



“When it comes to living off the fat of the land, the Kenyatta clan has no rivals. And frankly, we’d rather the unpretentious crook who shares the loot, than selfish bloodsuckers who steal from us, despise us, and expect to be treated like royalty,” he said.

Ruto is seen as the face of corruption in some quarters with his critics saying he donates part of the looted money to the church. Opposition politicians have urged churches to reject the huge money they receive from him.

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In a previous interview with KTN’s Sophia Wanuna, David Ndii said the fight against corruption had been weaponised to fight the DP ahead of the 2022 presidential elections.

This has raised eyebrows on whether Ndii has joined or could be planning to join the Tanga Tanga. He was one of Raila’s think tanks in 2017. But he ditched Baba after the March 9, 2018 Handshake with President Uhuru Kenyatta. He has remained critical of the Jubilee government, especially the Kenyatta family.

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