Kibiria Wa Thuo:>>DAVID NDII. Thank you for saying what some of us have been saying for a long time. That the foundation of our nationhood is shaking. As a kikuyu, I have at times felt (and said it in this forum) that “our” elites such as Uhuru Kenyatta sometimes act like they are setting us up for genocide! Nonetheless, I do not support secession. Not now. Project Kenya is still very much salvageable. But someone must forcefully drive common sense into the minds of Uhuru Kenyatta, William Ruto and the small cabal of power elite- from two tribes- who are around these two. Their arrogance must come to an end. They must know that David Ndii is speaking in the language of millions of Kenyans
Steve Waiganjo:>>There are SO MANY people to be arrested in Kenya, the likes of #KipchumbaMurkomen, #AdenDualle, #BruceOdhiambo who have been implicated in looting NYS and other known land grabbers. But definitely #DrDavidNdii is not one of them! If anything this man should be recognized for saying the truth brutally and fearlessly. I STAND WITH DAVID NDII.
Senior Lawyer Kamotho Waiganjo>>#arrestdavidndii? nonsense….he raises serious issues that demand constant discourse. mutava musyimi presents a counter argument to Ndii in the Sunday Nation which makes for very insightful reading. kenya is no doubt a pained marriage but who is the pained marriage between? class, tribe, etc? to see the problem and the solution in purely ethnic terms is simplistic and for intellectuals like ndii unfortunate.
Dennis Itumbi:>> I rarely read David Ndii. I rarely react to his pieces.
There are those who think he should be arrested. My take is why arrest a man who pens opinion pieces.
Counter his thoughts with yours. Convince him or like me, let him be..
Our constitution has no place for some of the extreme suggestions. I believe in the beauty and strength of our constitution
Those are strictly my thoughts. I would be very dissapointed if Ndii is arrested for penning an opinion that most of us will not even read or attach seriousness to
Geoffrey Wainaina>>Dennis Itumbi says that what David Ndii penned in yesterday’s Daily was an opinion. .. and should be disregarded because not so many people read it anyway. ..
He called for secession. .. And establishment of tribal Kingdom’s. . When MRC called for secession they were dealt with firmly…. wasn’t it an opinion then???. Does it become an opinion when penned in our Dailies but treason when uttered by a commoner?
On this I lost you Dennis…..
Mukurima Muriuki:>>In the end, I disagree with Ndii. Kenya is better as one nation. “Reke tucokie rûî mukaro.” (Let us examine what ails our country..)
Ndungu Nyoro>>I have finally laid my hands on the much talked DAVID NDII’s article. And I have these to say:
1. Uhuru being president doesn’t mean myself and other Kikuyu’s are presidents. Same with Ruto and Kalenjin nation. We suffer, like every other Kenyan, when they make mistakes
2. For someone to carelessly ignite the very thread that holds the nation together makes me mourn my country kenya. Advocating and celebrating fragmentation is wickedness of the highest order.
3. Is this what we call freedom of speech? Oh God, at the expense of peace and stability?
4. David Ndii is a threat to national cohesion and stability. The more he talks the more we burn. But on who’s behalf is he barking? Time to confront the dog owner.
5. It’s hypocritical for DAILY NATION to give such a coward a national platform to incite anarchy and later pretend to care for our country. Prevention is better than cure.
6. God help our nation. We are getting worse. Men of God let’s pray and fast.p