COTU boss Francis Atwoli has excited netizens after his post early Monday morning that he named Nairobi's deputy governor Ann Kananu as Nairobi's Governor. It's not clear whether it was a spelling error but as we know Atwoli he must be unto something we do not know.
In the post, Atwoli shared a picture of himself, Ann Kananu and Jubilee's vice chair David Murathe noting that he had hosted them in his Bofu home. Atwoli has been seen as the fulcrum of Kenyan politics as he has hosted several leaders in his homes.
"With Nairobi governor Ann Kananu and my friend David Murathe yesterday at my Bofa home". He wrote.
According to sources, Nairobi's deputy governor Ann Kananu is expected to be sworn in on Tuesday 26th as the third Nairobi governor. This was after the courts ruled against former Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko plee to stop the swearing in.
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