David Ndii parts ways with Nation

He is out!

The controversial economist will no longer be writing his Saturday column on the newspaper after more than four years of writing.

According a report by Business Today, the decision was communicated by Nation Editor-in-chief Tom Mshindi to the Saturday Nation editors, who were instructed to ask Ndii to stop writing his column as from next week.

His exit comes a few weeks after Nation advertised positions for columnists and contributors to its various platforms and amid reports that President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to hold talks with the Agha Khan on a possible purchase of shares in the Nation Media Group.

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