Central Organization of Trade Unions Boss Francis Atwoli has predicted the results if Presidential Elections were held today between Deputy President William Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga issuing fresh details.
According to Atwoli, he has said that if the election were held today. Kenyans should expect interesting results alleging that the Deputy President will not make it to the Presidency.
"If elections were held today Raila Odinga will win the election and there will not be a re-run," Francis Atwoli has said.
The Veteran Trade Unionist has purported that "Deputy President William Samoei Ruto is not going to win the election" informing Kenyans that they should all "Get is from him."
Revealing the reason why DP Ruto will not make it. Atwoli has said that DP Ruto has proven that he is not humble to his boss adding that he has always disrespected his boss.
"If you want to win the elections and the person you work for him you want him to support him. Then you have to support him. You have to be humble," the Central Organization of Trade Unions boss has added in a Wednesday evening interview with Citizen TV.
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