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Key Leaders That Joined COTU Boss Francis Atwoli At Statehouse Today

One of the leaders of the Azimio movement from the western area was one of the important figures who went to Statehouse, Nairobi, with COTU chairman Francis Atwoli to see President William Ruto.

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, Prime Minister CS Mudavadi, National Assembly Speaker Wetangula, Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale, Honorable Cleophas Malala, and Former MP Benjamin Washali were among those present at today's breakfast meeting where COTU chief Francis Atwoli met with Ruto.Leaders from the West at the Statehouse. During the photo shoot, Bishop Khamala, a Lurambi MP, is visible in the background.

However, Titus Khamala, a Lurambi member of parliament, also showed up. The born-again member of parliament had previously abandoned the Kenya Kwanza Movement-affiliated faction, which was being led by Mudavadi-The Amani National Congress (ANC) during the campaign period for Orange Democratic Movement.Whenever Mudavadi teamed together with President Ruto. Despite his decision to leave the ANC. The azimio movement against his rivals allowed the MP to win the Lurambi Constituency seat. His decision to meet with President Ruto has so far drawn criticism.

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