Through a video from Channel 7 news , the COTU boss Francis Atwoli has now given William Ruto free advice of how he will survive this Political turmoil and ascend to power in 2022 if and only if he follow his advice as an elder.
Atwoli blamed Ruto for Allegedly taking over the work of president Uhuru Kenyatta in the running of the Government like opening projects which were meant for the president. He Adviced Ruto to be humble and run behind President Uhuru Kenyatta for only one year then he resurface in 2022. This According to Atwoli will made the Deputy President William Ruto shine.
He gave an example of Late President Daniel Arap Moi who solemnly stood behind President Kenyatta and finally became the president of kenya. Atwoli had earlier said that the Deputy President William Ruto will not in the ballot come 2022. Now this advice is a change of mind and has probably seen otherwise.
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