Ruto economic advisor he will not defend or take collective responsibility of government failure amid renewed public criticism.
In a three-point expression, Presidential Council of Economic Advisors Chairperson David Ndii has declared in one of his more contentious postings he would not be joining the group that rides roughshod over Kenyans.
The Economist declared that he will not support or assume responsibility for anyone “who take Kenyans for fools” or “tell lies.”
“I will not be party to, defend, or take collective responsibility for corruption, lies, taking the public for fools and vomiting on the peoples’ shoes,” he said.
The post was received with love and hate in equal measures, with some urging him to resign, and others questioning why he posts such comments, yet he was appointed to the government to offer economic advice.
Ruto economic advisor comment come at a time when the country is managing the serious effects of El Nino, increased prices of fuel, and a skyrocketing cost of living, making Kenyans scale down their expenses for survival.
David Ndii has been has been provoking conversations among Kenyans with his controversial statements on state of Kenya’s economy.
For instance, Ndii had earlier alleged that Kenya was in receivership and that the situation in the country will only get more painful.