State House Official Responds to David Ndii’s Dangerous Remarks

"If change cannot come through the ballot, it will come through the bullet," Ndii said

Speaking to popular journalist Larry Madowo, Ndii stated that the Opposition will call for mass action in retaliation of the presidential results, which they have since described as computer-generated.

"We have been calling for mass action since 1991 and we will not stop as long as some people try to restore dictatorship,”  Ndii  said.

Mr. Ndii highlighted that NASA had filed a petition challenging the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) for declaring Kenyatta as the winner. According to the Opposition, this was done illegally.

"We as NASA clearly know that the problem we are dealing with is the political impunity and we know courts cannot solve this. We are fighting the election not just to win power but on grounds of implementing electoral reforms," he mentioned.

The Economist divulged that he was ready to die for the sake of justice to prevail in the country.

“If change cannot come through the ballot, it will come through the bullet.

“Protestors do not kill, they only resist oppression. It is the police who shoot and kill when protesters resist. Any killing is initiated by the government. We will call for mass action,” he added.

Responding to these remarks that have since been described as outrageous, State House Communication Director Dennis Itumbi urged Kenyans to ignore Ndii.

Itumbi noted that Kenyans ought not to seek for his arrest highlighting that was what Ndii is yearning for.

"I have avoided this David Ndii narrative for a while now. Let me now speak. I urge you to ignore him. Do not call for his arrest. He wants you to do exactly that.

"Do the opposite. What is the opposite? Listen to him. Take notes. (Note the date and station if you can. Then ignore him. That is the best response you can give him," he said.

He added:"Do not worry, you elected a Government. You did your part. Be sure the leaders who were voted in are listening and they do not have to speak to be seen to be acting. Just remember, our response is singular, ignore".

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