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Recently, the C.O.T.U secretary general, Mr. Francis Atwoli, visited the fifth president of Kenya, His Excellency William Ruto, at the state house. This was some days after the prime cabinet secretary, Musalia Mudavadi, had met leaders from Western region.
Mr. Atwoli has now made a U-turn on why he visited President William Ruto at the state house. According to what Atwoli explained to the residents of Bungoma county, visiting Ruto was not for personal gain as people thought.
Atwoli said that his interest was for the people of Kenya and especially the workers. He added that for the sake of Kenyans he involved leaders from Western region like: Prime Cabinet Secretary, Musalia Mudavadi and also the National Assembly Speaker, Moses Wetangula. Atwoli said that his interest is to serve the people of Kenya and he still supports Raila Odinga as his leader. Here is the video.https://twitter.com/ntvkenya/status/1599105123552108544?t=llZy8yw34vkHTDdT3l4mdg&s=19
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