Francis Atwoli is one of the most influential public figures in the country and has been vocal when it comes to President Uhuru's succession politics.
The COTU Secretary General earned himself another term in office after winning unopposed and has been receiving congratulatory messages from Kenyans.
Nominated Member of Parliament David Ole Sankok was one of those who pinned their messages to Atwoli but the legislator went ahead to make the latter remember their 2022 presidential race business.
Bangkok termed it as unfinished business which seems to welcome the idea of the Raila-Ruto grand coalition for the 2022 statehouse race.
There have been some speculations on the same and Ruto said he opened to working with the former prime minister if he's ready to subscribe to his hustler nation politics to empower the less fortunate and help steady the collapsing economy.
If the duo manages to pull off this alliance together, their rivals will have sleepless nights due to their massive support across the nation and will secure the victory with a landslide in next year's general elections.
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