The COTU Secretary-General, Francis Atwoli has now spoken up after news hit the headlines about his wife Roselinda was allegedly said to have joined the Ruto's camp after she claimed that she is in Hustler nation as the deputy president together with the Amani National Congress boss, Musalia Mudavadi, toured to the Western part of Kenya for a joint political rally.
According to the reports hitting the headlines, the Raila close ally, and supporter, Francis Atwoli, has said that Roselinda is not his wife and advises the deputy president to take her for free of charge.
"Roselinda was surrendered to William Ruto in 2007 in his Eldoret townhouse. She is no longer on the list of my relatives. Ruto can add her now...' Part of Atwoli's claim. What does this mean to Roselinda? Is Atwoli denying her wife due to her political move? Atwoli added that the Western part of Kenya is Azimio la Umoja and Nothing else.
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