Wheelbarrow! Video Emerges Of Wheelbarrow Chants In Event Held By Francis Atwoli
By ObserverNews | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 10692 views
On Saturday, COTU Secretary general Francis Atwoli attended an event in Western also attended by a host of other leaders from the region including Musalia Mudavadi and Governor Wycliffe Oparanya.
The COTU Secretary general while addressing the attendees, drummed up support for the BBI saying it will transform lives of people hailing from Western region and Kenyans at large.
The vocal COTU Secretary general then attacked William Ruto's Wheelbarrow token to youths saying it has been surpassed by time saying young people want digital economy not Wheelbarrows.
After Atwoli remarks, chants were heard from the crowd chanting "Wheelbarrow, Wheelbarrow" leaving Atwoli momentarily stunned as he struggled to mumble his message across amid heavy rainfall.
Atwoli is one of William Ruto's biggest critics with one time he was on record saying the Dp will not be on the ballot in 2022. Remarks he again backtracked on in an Interview while at a local TV station.
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