Wednesday June 5,2019-National Super Alliance (NASA) chief strategist , David Ndii ,has once again poured cold water on the Central Bank of Kenya's move of introducing new currency and phasing out old Sh 1000 note from October 1, 2019.
According to Dr Ndii, President Uhuru Kenyatta and his family should also be questioned for alleged loss of millions of taxpayers money.
In yet another swipe at Jubilee administration, Dr Ndii, in a tweet, asked the state to 'stop targeting' Deputy President William Ruto in the crackdown, arguing that neither him nor Uhuru have acquired genuine properties.
“Let Ruto keep his loot. This is not a war on corruption or money laundering, it is a political fallout of thieves. Only difference is Uhuru owns a bank to launder his loot. He who seeks justice must do so with clean hands. Uhuru’s hands are not clean," Ndii wrote on Twitter.
In his defense, Uhuru has often maintained that he's ready to account for all of his wealth.
He has also challenged his critics to provide evidence of corruption against him to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations(DCI).
The Kenyan DAILY POST