The General Secretary of the Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU), Francis Atwoli, has strongly denied reports that he fled the country after the presidential election. In his statements, Atwoli denied allegations that he left due to political pressure over the presidential result. The outspoken leader called a photo of himself at a foreign airport fake because he is still in the country.
He reveals the truth behind a viral photo that was taken while he was visiting Malaysia. According to him, the photo is old and was taken when he arrived in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Images circulating on Kenyan social media platforms suggest the COTU chief will leave the country after provisional results showed Azimio La Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga trailing the big challenger. Mr. William Ruto, Kenya Kwanza Flag Carrier. He also denied allegations that he ordered several social media platforms to stop showing presidential results.
In terms of his political stance, Atwoli was one of the leaders supporting Raila for the presidency and was part of a nationwide group promoting Raila. For now, thank you for reading my post.
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