The political muscles were tasted using the BBI report. President Uhuru Kenyatta and Hon Raila Odinga worked together to unite Kenyans ahead of 2022. With 2022 general elections approaching with speed there is need to make the country stable enough. DP William Ruto has been Winnig against president Uhuru Kenyatta and now after court of appeal ruled against BBI Raila Odinga has Dared DP William Ruto to face him in 2022 if he is a man enough.
COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli has been one the BBI report promoters. According to Nation Africa News, "While accepting the verdict of the seven appellate judges on BBI, the Cotu-K boss explained that he had been on the frontline promoting the BBI because he believed the proposed amendments would have solved Kenya’s election related problems."
Francis Atwoli also vowed that he will rather die than see Ruto becoming president. Time is ticking and 2022 is coming. This has spatjrd reactions, "Kumbe mdomo inaeza simwa kwa huyu jamaa I thought Kenya Ni yake bado Murathe sijui ako dunia gani."
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