Kenyans have reacted to the meeting between the Secretary General of the Central Organization of Trade Unions, Francis Atwoli, and the President in office, William Samoei Ruto, at State House in Nairobi.
Given that Atwoli has been a strong supporter of former Prime Minister honorable Raila Odinga and has campaigned for him in previous election cycles, most citizens have found this surprising.
Despite the differences the two of them were experiencing, it appears that they were able to put them aside and forge a new path that was intended to bring them together for the purpose of cooperating in responsible areas.
As per usual, Kenyans haven't been left out as they've come out to share their own opinions on what just happened between Atwoli and the president.
Atwoli was accompanied on the visit to State House by former sports cabinet secretary Rashid Echesa, former National Assembly speaker honorable Moses Wetang'ula, and senate majority chief whip Boni Khalwale.
Some of the Kenyan responses are listed below.
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