Central Organization of Trade Union, COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli is set for a press briefing just moments after Amani National Congress, ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi's today earthquake announcements. Taking to his Twitter handle, the Azimio La Umoja allied Leader has slammed Mudavadi's quest wondering who told him he will be the president.
Here is Atwoli's twit
“Mudavadi, in 1994 while minister for finance, sneaked in the redundancy clause into the Finance Bill of 1994, as suggested by the World Bank, which allowed employers to declare redundancy without consulting workers.
So how will he empower workers?And who told him he's going to be President? Befriending Ruto is not the key to Presidency. He has ashamed the Luhyas by allowing Ruto to fund his NDC. As I said earlier, ANC and FORD-K are POLITICAL COMMERCIAL KIOSKS for for Mudavadi and Wetangula. I will respond fully tomorrow."
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