The Secretary General of Central Organization Trade Union (COTU) Francis Atwoli has now placed a disclaimer on some of the remark that he has been alleged to have said concerning UDA party leader William Ruto.
In his statement, Atwoli has made it clear that he has never used alluded that Ruto will not be allowed to enter office if he wins elections.
"I have never said that. I have never said that William Samoei Ruto if he wins he'll not be allowed. I have never used such terms. If you have won elections you have won elections," said COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli.
Atwoli has also stated that the Kenyan constitution allows him to occupy office after winning elections. In conclusion, he has urged people not to misquote him by saying different things from what he uttered earlier on.
"It is covered in our constitution and he will be the president of the republic of Kenya. What I have said time and again and I don't want people to misquote me they are trying to," added COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli.
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