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"Raila Odinga will win the Presidency 2022" - Francis Atwoli

In Summary.

- The COTU Secretary General has detailed that the Orange Democratic Movement boss Raila Amolo Odinga will win the 2022 polls.

- On BBI politics, he insights it is not dead saying the constitution must be revisited.

Francis Atwoli, who is the COTU Secretary General as detailed that BBI is not dea because the proponents of BBI are alive saying the constitution must be revisited.

"I have said that we must revisit our constitution. The issue of one winner takes it all is hurting us"

On President Uhuru retirement, Francis Atwoli says that in a public function, everyone applies public relation and that everyone knows our political problems. He added the President is going home after this term but he is still a young man. He can still rest for 5-10 years and come back.

Speaking on JKLife, the outspoken Atwoli insights if elections were to be held today, Raila Odinga would emerge a victor and there would be no re-run.

According to Atwoli, Dp William Ruto can win an election but he is not going to win this time

"I am sure. If it is free, fair, verifiable elections in 2022, William Ruto is not winning.

"In Kenya, people believe in the leaders, not political parties. Those who are for Uhuru are still with him in Jubilee … It is still early to make political stands right now…In the coming days, we will see people organizing…Raila Odinga is the man to watch."

On Ruto's wealth, he says money is not synonymous with leadership. "A hustler narrative-does it fit in our economy? The issue of Presidency is a nationwide campaign matter…William Ruto is a shrewd politician. He would have had good advisors "

He further said UDA is political party that will serve in the opposition.

"William Ruto is not going to win the election. Take it from me"

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