Kenyans are regrouping to unite ahead of 2022 general elections and majority of political Aspirants can't keep there cool. With electioneering period around the Corner most Kenyans are anxiously waiting to see what will happen after the handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Hon Raila Odinga reaches its peak in 2022.
COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli has been one of the most important and most influential leaders this coutry is lucky to have. Francis Atwoli and Governor Kivuta Kibwana wanted president Uhuru Kenyatta to extend his term in the office. According to them Kenyans are still not ready for the elections.
COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli even vowed several times that he will rather be dead than see DP William Ruto become president. Raila's close ally Senator Ledama Olekina has left Kenyans talking after alleging that President Uhuru Kenyatta plans not to exit the office. According to Ledama Olekina stated that,
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