Francis Atwoli momentarily changed his tune on DP Ruto's presidency while speaking in JK Live interview, Citizen TV. Atwoli revealed that Ruto can win elections considering his popularity and strategies. However, he has to wait for Raila to rule first.
COTU boss is making headlines again with his u-turn on Ruto's presidency. Earlier, Atwoli confidently claimed that Ruto will not be president of Kenya.
Unfortunately, speaking in an interview with Jeff Koinange Atwoli revealed that Ruto can make a good president. However, he advised the second in command to be patient and wait for another chance. He said that 2022 Kenyans should prepare for Raila's presidency, and nothing can stop that.
With less than ten months to the next general polls, the presidential race has been narrowed down to a two-horse race. Raila Odinga and William Ruto are expected to battle each other to hunt State House tickets in the ballot box.
Francis Atwoli confidently feels that both men are capable of winning elections. However, he supports that Raila will win in 2022 or on3 OKA principal will outshine DP Ruto if endorsed by the former prime minister.
To sum up, Atwoli divulged the earliest time Ruto can be president is from 2027 or 2032 after Raila. He believes William Ruto has what it takes to rule Kenya. Nonetheless, he backs Raila or OKA to be president in 2022.
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