COTU boss Francis Atwoli on Thursday joined Azimio Coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga in Western region political tour amid attempt to lure Mulembe Nation to back former primer bid against Kenya Kwanza candidate Deputy President William Ruto.
Following that, to his social media publication, Dr Francis Atwoli claim 2022 race to States House is done deal, and Azimio coalition candidate Raila Odinga is going to win with huge margin.
Adding, he said, no one from the Mulembe Nation should be mislead by misleaders out to do an impossible task for hopeless end to please a man who is never satisfied.
Seemingly attacking Kenya Kwanza principal DP Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula amid 70percent target for Western Votes, Atwoli believes Western is fully in backing Raila Odinga, thus terming the 70% target as impossible.
Today, i joined @RailaOdinga to remind the great people of Western Kenya that we are winning this election with a huge margin. No one from Western should be misled by the misleaders out to do an impossible task for a hopeless endeavour to please a man who is not satisfied." Atwoli posted.
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