Economist David Ndiii has called for the reclaiming of the land on which DP William Ruto’s Weston Hotel sits on.
Ndii challenged President Uhuru Kenyatta, claiming that the hotel was built on public land.
He also called on President Uhuru to not only loose the DP as a friend but also turn himself in.
“This is public land. One more friend you need to lose. And once you are done with him, turn yourself in,” stated Ndii in a tweet seen by SDE.
President losing friends
The sentiments by Ndii come days after President Uhuru stated that he has lost friends over his stand on corruption.
“I have lost close friends over the war on corruption. We must be ready to lose friends and do what is right in the eyes of God,” he stated.
President Uhuru further stated that he is ready to lose more friends in the current war against corruption.
He also revealed that he has been receiving calls to stop the demolition of buildings on riparian land in Nairobi. However, President the head of state insisted that the demolitions will continue, a clear indication that his government is committed to end impunity and restore the rule of law.
“We must fight impunity not because we want to destroy for the sake of it. If we do not fight impunity, we will not achieve our goals. For the country to succeed we must fight corruption and impunity,” said President Uhuru.