COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli has come out to praise president William Ruto for his smartness in dealing with political situations. Atwoli said that Ruto is very smart when it comes to thinking, acting and calculating all of which have given him an advantage in his political career. Atwoli said that this advantages and skills of Ruto will help him win the 2027 general elections unopposed.
"I never believed that Ruto would win the election but this boy is smart in thinking,moving,action,calculations and in everything.If he outsmarted us even when we had the government led...Uhuru...what will stop him from winning with a landslide in the next polls?”said Mr Atwoli.
Atwoli before the August elections used to support Raila Odinga but when he was defeated he accepted Ruto as his president. This caught many people by surprise but he had made up his mind that he was supporting Ruto as the new president. Atwoli has met with the president several times where they talked about how the country can benefit from labor. Follow the page for more news updates daily.
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