We have lost this one – David Ndii exclaims after Raila met with Uhuru’s sister

Raila this morning held a private meeting with Uhuru's sister

We have lost this one – David Ndii exclaims after Raila Odinga's meeting with Uhuru Kenyatta’s sister Kristina Pratt

Economist and public intellectual David Ndii on Wednesday reacted with shock to news of a meeting between his former boss, ODM Leader Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta’s elder sister, Kristina Pratt.

Ndii took to his social media where he tagged Odinga while expressing his disappointment.

We have truly lost this one. What a let down,” he tweeted.

It was not clear the discussions between Pratt and Odinga, who has recently forged close ties with various members of the first family since the handshake deal of March 9.

Among those who have met with the ODM boss include President Kenyatta’s influential brother Muhoho Kenyatta, his uncle George Muhoho, and cousins Beth Mugo and Ngengi Muigai.

Ndii, who served as NASA strategist during the 2017 election, has increasingly grown apart from Odinga in the post-handshake era.

The economist was initially supportive of the handshake but has since disowned it as an act of betrayal and continued with statements that are highly critical of President Kenyatta and his family.

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