Controversial Economist David Ndii is now liking the Kenyatta family with the just suspended housing finance levy.
According to Ndii, the Kenyatta family will be the biggest beneficiaries of the proposed housing levy following their four companies including C-MAX, Koto Housing Kenya Clay Products and Timsales which are associated to the first family.
“At least 4 Kenyatta family companies —C-MAX, Koto Housing Kenya Clay Products and Timsales—,stand benefit directly from the affordable housing scheme. #KenyattaCronyCapitalismStateCapture”
At least 4 Kenyatta family companies —C-MAX, Koto Housing Kenya Clay Products and Timsales—,stand benefit directly from the affordable housing scheme. #KenyattaCronyCapitalismStateCapture
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E Review.— David Ndii (@DavidNdii) April 16, 2019
However his remarks have brought mixed reaction on
As people it has come a time when the citizens need to stand up for themselves and say enough is enough. The political class have taken advantage of its people being docile.This can only be achieved when the middle class get out of their comfort zone. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH— Patrick Masinde (@pmodhiambo) April 17, 2019
Speaking of Timsales this is the company that logged away our beloved Mau forest in Kuresoi Nakuru county,the next time you complain where rain went ask the Kenyatta family, @KeForestService @WaterTowersKe— Mercy C. Kilel (@Its_Mercy_Kilel) April 16, 2019
Are You insinuating that @UKenyattah Housing agenda under his Big 4 was intended to benefit his family business? Issue should be whether govt policies on housing; especially the extra taxation, is utter BS. Only problem is; If his companies get preferential treatment.— WaNduta (@WaNduta8) April 17, 2019