Kenyan politics take another direction as the strain for the presidential bid continues. Abdurahman Bafadhil the KANU Organizing Secretary continues his onslaught towards COTU boss Francis Atwoli and blames him of party insubordination. This after Francis Atwoli declared that the KANU members were urging him to push the leadership to form a coalition with Azimio la Umoja Movement. “It’s important to note that at the end of September last year, the party held a duly constituted NDC at the Bomas of Kenya and Mr Atwoli did not attend. Had he attended, he would have participated in the legitimate decision-making process to chart the way forward for the party as did the bona fide delegates in attendance,” stated Bafadhil.
In addiction Bafadhil told the COTU boss to focus in the union matters and stop exhibiting how he powerful politically, “concentrate on affairs of the labor movement where he is an authority. Mr Atwoli knows too well that if indeed he is a senior member of the party as he claims, and who wishes to play a useful role, he has direct access to the leadership of the party whereupon he can give his advice. He, therefore, does not necessarily have to mount public platforms of other political formations to issue statements that cannot be justified,” he said. This comes as OKA officials announce to declare their presidential flag bearer. The OKA officials also eye the 2022 presidential bid
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