Opposition strategist David Ndii has named President Uhuru Kenyatta as the politician fighting tooth and nail to ensure Deputy President William Ruto does not clinch the presidency.
Ndii argues that Uhuru is out to politically fight the deputy president and only time will tell if Ruto will set foot in State House as his successor in 2022.
The economist was responding to a tweet in which a one Cedric Ngugi had said that the Judiciary had the powers to totally eliminate graft since it stood ground against the Jubilee wave to quash Uhuru's re-election after August 8th, 2017.
"Our Judiciary has no will to administer justice at all. If it could stand up to Jubilee during the election petition, which other force would stop it, say, in the fight against corruption?" Ngugi tweeted.
Ndii expressed his views in a controversial reply, depicting Uhuru and Ruto as rivals.
"Which fight against corruption? Uhuru Kenyatta is fighting William Ruto, not corruption," he said in a tweet.
One would view Ndii as implying that the Judiciary's laxity in prosecuting people implicated in mega graft scandals emanates from the Jubilee leadership's insincerity in ending corruption.
Ndii remains one of Jubilee's principal critics and maintains that Kenyans will never realise any meaningful development with Uhuru as President.
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