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Mutahi Ngunyi Reacts After Atwoli Led Other Luyha Leaders to Meet Ruto at State House

With now the electioneering period behind us, the call for reconciliation should be the talk as Kenyans now forge forward towards developing the country. President William Ruto has in the recent days called Kenyans to rally behind him and put the political difference and work together as one nation.

As a show of unity in the Ruto administration, today the Central Organization of Trade Union (COTU) boss Francis Atwoli Led other leaders from the western region to state House where they met with president William Ruto. The leaders whom included National Assembly speaker Moses Wetangula, Chief Cabinet Secretary Hon Musalia Mudavadi, senator Bonny Khalwale, and others.

While taking to his social media, Atwoli said that it was a courtesy call from the president where he had a discussion on matters of Kenya's ratification of ILO C190 and outsourcing of labour.

"This morning I paid a courtesy call to H.E President William Ruto whereby we held discussions on Kenya's ratification of ILO C190 and outsourcing of labour. I also sought an appointment with the Head of State to meet and share with all @COTU_K Affiliated General Secretaries." Posted Atwoli.

Following that meeting, political analyst Professor Mutahi Ngunyi has reacted to the move terming it as an intelligent move by the president to bring close those who were his serious critics. He also termed it as a big mark and show of statemanahip.

"Shaking hands with your ENEMIES is a mark of STATESMANSHIP. Reconciling with Atwoli, President Ruto has used a script borrowed from the book " Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln". In politics, enemies have more CURRENCY than friends." Posted the Prof.

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