The Central Organization of Trade Unions Secretary General Francis Atwoli is known for being controversial, unapologetic, flamboyant and unpredictable kind of a person. Though he has not declared his interest in any political seat, he has been following the Kenyan politics with keen interest.
Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto's ally has publicly shamed COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli. Kimilili Constituency Member of Parliament Hon Didmus Barasa has revealed what Francis Atwoli did in the village. According to the vocal politician, he said that Francis Atwoli should tell Kenyans why he abandoned an old woman in the village for 28 years without even caring.
"Mzee @AtwoliDza will you tell Kenyans why you abandon an old woman in the village for a 28 year old Mariah Kilobi Atwoli Mary Kilobi? Kumbaf.. bure kabisa! You should be admitted at Mathare Mental hospital ASAP." Tweeted by Kimilili Constituency Member of Parliament Hon Didmus Barasa
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