Francis Atwoli is one of the most respected but also feared people in the country. That is because he has been tearing apart people who mess with him and for that reason, many people have not been crossing his lane but today, it seems like the COTU secretary general finally met his match.
Just recently, some Western region leaders declared that they have appointed Atwoli to be the coordinator of Western people ahead of 2022 politics but as we are speaking, that latest move has landed the COTU boss in trouble with the likes of Boni Khalwale and others.
That is because today, the angry Boni Khalwale came out through his official twitter account to badly deconstructed Francis Atwoli as he stated that the COTU SG has stirred greater collective confusion, shame, embarrassment and anger in the Luhya community.
"Never in the fabric of the Baluhyia has one man stirred greater collective confusion, shame, embarrassment & anger than Francis Atwoli. In 2016 he installed @MusaliaMudavadi spokesman, only to remove him months later. He again reappointed him. Yesterday he personally took over!" Tweeted Boni Khalwale.
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