"I am Ready to Market Musalia Mudavadi and Help him Negotiate with Other leaders" ~ Francis Atwoli
By Bozemba | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 0 views
COTU Boss, Francis Atwoli has opened up concerning his Support to the ANC Party leader, WyclifeMusalia Mudavadi. Mudavadi might vie for Presidency in the Next Coming General elections, and he needs the Support from his people and the Country at large.
Speaking in Matungu Constituency, Atwoli decided to reveal that he is going to Support fully Wyclife Musalia Mudavadi for Presidency.
"Mimi niko tayari kumshika Ndugu Yangu, Wyclife Musalia Mudavadi mkono na nizungumze na Raila Odinga na Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta ili waweze Kukusukuma Kisiasa." Said Francis Atwoli
According to the Star Newspaper, President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta's close allies are proposing ANC Party leader, Wyclife Musalia Mudavadi and Baringo Senator, Gedion Moi Ahead of the 2022 Presidential election.
According to Political corridors, COTU Boss Francis Atwoli is Part of the Deep State and the System. So whatever this man is speaking, it might very true because of his close Political relationship with President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and former President, Mwai Kibaki.
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