Central Organization of Trade Union (COTU) Secretary General Francis Atwoli (pictured) has been under heavy criticism for interfering with the political landscape ahead of 2022 polls. He is one of the biggest supporters to endorse the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) a document that was a result of a handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
The Member of Parliament for Likuyani Hon. Enock Kibunguchy fired at COTU Secretary-General Atwoli for interfering with the current politics. He argued that he should retire from politics and concentrate on his job in the workers union, the MP continued to say that the workers union did a mistake in electing him again claiming it would be much better if they had someone young.
[Likuyani MP Enock Kibunguchy/Courtesy]
The MP outlined that he is not a God nor the spokesperson to know whom the Western bloc region will elect come 2022. He further detailed that the only people with the "key" to Luhyaland are Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula whom they have entrusted with being their leaders in the region.
The Western bloc region is still uncertain on where their strategic footing in a shaky move that has seen others decamped to the UDA party allied to Deputy President Ruto while others still with their leader.
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