Politics have taken shape in Kenya as leaders lay down strategies that will help them win. It's only few months to the next year's general election. There is a lot of pressure in the state as Uhuru is due leaving the office. Raila and Ruto have come out clearly as the major contenders of the top seat.
Chairman Of COTU Francis Atwoli has caused a lot reactions online after he blamed President kenyatta for the high living standards Kenyans are experiencing. He has asked President to explain to Kenyans, why the government is hellbent on increasing the pain and suffering of Kenyans workers and Kenyans in general.
"The president should himself explain to Kenyans why the government is hellbent to increasing the pain and suffering of Kenyans workers and Kenyans in general. Unless their policies place Kenyan workers at the centre, when they should prepare for unrest from all quatters", Francis Atwoli. It's seems Atwoli is confused because the government in question,he ones praised that it was okay, after claiming Ruto was the cause of the problem. Kenyans didn't hesitate to drop their comment. Here are the reactions
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