Things have allegedly turned sours for The Centra Organization for Trade Union(COTU) Secretary General Hon Francis Atwoli after the Orange Democratic Movement party sent the following Stern Warning about a serious statement he made on postponing the upcoming General election in 2022.
Speaking to the STANDARD newspaper today on Monday 28th of June, the Orange Democratic Movement party director of campaigns Hon Junet Mohammed has ravished Atwoli's claims that the 2022 general election will be postponed to pave way for the BBI referendum. According to the outspoken Suna East constituency Member of parliament, the constitution must be respected by the latter even though they are on the same side as Atwoli.
"The constitution dictates that once your term is over, then you should retire peacefully. We cannot afford to break the law in the name of BBI. The constitution must be respected even though we are trying to make it better through BBI and therefore nobody is going to change the 2022 election dates Junet Mohammed said.
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