Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale has hinted through his official tweeter page alleging that the COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli has stirred more confusion in the region then any political leader from western region.
According to Hon. Boni Khalwale the COTU Secretary General installed Musalia Mudavadi as the region spokesperson in 2016 only to remove him months later.
Here is what Hon. Boni Khalwale shared on his official tweeter alleging about the COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli;
"Never in the fabric of the Baluhyia has one man stirred greater collective confusion, shame, embarrassment anger than Francis Atwoli.
"In 2016 he installed Musalia Mudavadi spokesman, only to remove him months later. He again reappointed him. Yesterday he personally took over".
A section of western people are saying that, they don't think Francis Atwoli has the interests of the Luhya at heart. He will auction this community to the highest bidder.
You can follow his official tweeter page and read more for yourself;
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