Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU) Secretary General Mr Francis Atwoli has now urged his wife in Kakamega county to make sure on 9th August she wakes other women in Kenya to vote for Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Hon Raila Amolo Odinga.
Atwoli, who has now become a frequent speaker at Azimio rallies said if Raila is lected he will be taken care subsequently his wife should on the forefront to ensure Raila is elected.
Atwoli has been a major critic of DP William Ruto's political policies and political campaigns subsequently throwing his full support behind Raila Odinga-led coalition.
He had flanked Mama Ida Odinga the wife of Raila Odinga, Murang'a women representative Hon Sabina Chege, Kakamega governor Wyclife Ambetsa Oparanya among other leaders.
The Azimio leaders had converged at at Mulwanda High School in Kakamega for children empowermet where Ida was the Chief guest to officially open a library bloc in the school.
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