David Ndii on Why SGR Doesnt Make Any Sense

123tokambio

Village Sponsor
#7
We have heard and read his tirade before. Wake me up when he has suggestions on how to make it viable.
To my surprise, he admitted that the noises that politicians turned into the 'wamekula' songs was actually just politically motivated. And the truth is, the current government did not inflate any SGR costs, all the deals were signed, approved and sealed by the previous coalition government.
 

gashwin

Village Chief
#9
To my surprise, he admitted that the noises that politicians turned into the 'wamekula' songs was actually just politically motivated. And the truth is, the current government did not inflate any SGR costs, all the deals were signed, approved and sealed by the previous coalition government.
Whatever mea culpas he may come with are wasted as long as he sacrificed his intellectual fidelity at the altar of politics. Who says he is not doing it again?
 
#10
Use your own reasoning and thinking.

Is the SGR impactful?

When will SGR loans mature?

How many jobs and skills have been passed?
Ndii is telling his side and because no one will question or grill his facts people will easily listen. We can begin seeing the full effects of the SGR in 5 years.
 

vanadium

Village Elder
#12
Use your own reasoning and thinking.

Is the SGR impactful?

When will SGR loans mature?

How many jobs and skills have been passed?
Ndii is telling his side and because no one will question or grill his facts people will easily listen. We can begin seeing the full effects of the SGR in 5 years.
What effects are those. Can you show?
 

mikel

Village Sponsor
#17
Surely you can't bring up Ndii here and expect a sober economic discussion .. .. ..You will be shouted down. Ndii, Like Ngunyi and Kagwanja is also a polarizing figure.His views could be right...or wrong...but we will always have one side singing his praises while the other side will always dismiss him so wale tumetoka ulevini let's sleep and leave this types of discussions out of this village...will never elicit proper discussion.
 

mbwakali

Village Elder
#19
Use your own reasoning and thinking.

Is the SGR impactful?

When will SGR loans mature?

How many jobs and skills have been passed?
Ndii is telling his side and because no one will question or grill his facts people will easily listen. We can begin seeing the full effects of the SGR in 5 years.
Hapo kwa skills, true. No Kenyan train driver has ever operated the train except on camera for Gatheca (for 10 minutes).
China is the new reggae. And reggae can't be stopped.
 

Ubongo

Village Elder
#20
Surely you can't bring up Ndii here and expect a sober economic discussion .. .. ..You will be shouted down. Ndii, Like Ngunyi and Kagwanja is also a polarizing figure.His views could be right...or wrong...but we will always have one side singing his praises while the other side will always dismiss him so wale tumetoka ulevini let's sleep and leave this types of discussions out of this village...will never elicit proper discussion.
Side contest to support or dismiss
 

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