NASA’s economist and strategist David Ndii has responded to claims that he advised NASA brigade to back up President Uhuru Kenyatta’s 8% VAT tax proposal.
After ODM’s press briefing’s outcome after their meeting, Kenyans flocked Social media to condemn Ndii for wrongly advising them.
— Daniel Kimuyu (@CenetorDaniel) September 18, 2018
Ndii has took to his twitter account to say that he had not advised anyone on VAT Tax and that his positions on Jubilee mismanagement and plunder are a matter of public record.
I have not advised anyone on VAT. My position on Jubilee mismanagement and plunder are a matter of public record. As I wrote here last week @Ukenyatta is now stuck between the hammer of the markets and the anvil of politics. Apambane na hali yake.https://t.co/mbgqbfdMnF https://t.co/9ZRrzsXdCs
— David Ndii (@DavidNdii) September 18, 2018
However, his reply seems to have contented those condemning him since they did not continue with blaming him after his “apambane na hali yake” response.