What Will Happen to Kenyans With NHIF

David Ndii, the economic advisor to President William Ruto, has issued a stark warning of impending disaster for Kenyans reliant on businesses connected to the government.

Taking to his official Twitter account, Ndii urged citizens to prepare for disruptions, particularly highlighting the need for a redesign of NHIF facilities.

In his online proclamation, Ndii specifically pointed out that upscale entertainment venues, frequented by tenderpreneurs who reportedly spend a substantial amount, would face a critical juncture, necessitating either significant improvements or closure.

In explicit terms, he stated, “So, this is the skinny. If your company deals with the government or is dependent on it, be ready for disruption. The NHIF gaming establishments will need to either improve or close.”

His remarks align with recent reports suggesting that President William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza government is contemplating new proposals targeting businesses of this nature.

The potential impact of these proposed changes is substantial, particularly for businesses intertwined with government dealings. Ndii’s forecast suggests that those depending on government contracts or associations may encounter significant challenges and disruptions in their operations.

The reactions from the Kenyan populace have been varied. However, the specifics of these reactions are not detailed in the provided content.

It is important to note that the views expressed by Ndii and the subsequent responses from the public may reflect the ongoing political and economic dynamics in Kenya.