With 2022 presidential race in the offing, various hopefuls are readying their forces to unseat Uhuru Kenyatta whose ten-year tenure is vastly waning out.
His deputy William Ruto is among those angling to unseat him. Ruto's political abrasiveness has made him a brand in Kenyan politics and as of today, he is one of the high potential candidates.
To make his first presidential shot practical, William has sought the services of his former NASA tactician David Ndii. In 2017, Raila Odinga's led NASA coalition employed Ndii's services but Uhuru Kenyatta of Jubilee Party humbled them.
David is a celebrated economist, strategist and a think tank, he has worked with notable African leaders among them Rwandan president Paul Kagame.
Ruto has devised an economic recovery model dubbed Bottom-up strategy which seeks to uplift the plight of Kenya's downtrodden families. As an economist, Ndii's expertise will no doubt make this economic plan a success.