COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli has sent a serious warning to all leaders across the country especially those from the Mount Kenya region which includes ANC Party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Senator Moses Wetangula of Bungoma County.
While addressing the media this evening, the vocal Raila-Moi ally has made it clear to the public that the failure of BBI to go through to referendum may lead to bigger and more serious problems in the country.
Among the top problems for which the BBI was perceived to have been created is the election violence which Francis Atwoli is convinced is likely to happen if the plan to change the Constitution hits the wall.
Most of all, much of his concern has gone to the current political heavyweights from his Western Region.
That is Senator Wetangula and ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi whom he has warned of getting nothing in the next government if the BBI goes down unsuccessfully.
This is because there will be no other alternatives left for them such as getting either the Primer minister or Deputy Prime Ministers seats which the document is proposing.
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