The COTU boss Francis Atwoli has taken to his social media account to privy kenyans on the meeting that happened today on Sunday the 18th of April in his Kajiado home. He confirmed that they had a Political consultative meeting with some other leaders.
According to Atwoli, the leaders who attended the meeting includes the Jubilee secretary general Raphael Tuju, David Murathe, Junet Mohammed, James Orengo and Peter Kenneth. He then posted a group photo for those who attended the meeting.
Observant Kenyans however noticed that the Jubilee secretary general Raphael Tuju looked somehow not very jovial and questioned whether he is actually okey. Tuju had some time involved in a road accident but he later recovered. Other Kenyans suggested that he should however take some rest as the health is more important especially during this Covid-19 period.
Elsewhere the agendas of the meeting which was hosted by Atwoli is not yet known but speculations remain high of the Possible Alliance that are likely to come up as we edge closer to 2022 general elections. What's your take on this. Kindly share and follow for more updates.
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