CUTU secretary General Francis Atwoli has hinted through a Vere video alleging that he knows that if Deputy President William Ruto becomes the President of the republic of Kenya he might look for his head and hang him. According to Francis Atwoli as an elder he is ready to die for saying the truth about Deputy President William Ruto.
Francis Atwoli further added that Deputy President William Ruto who claim that he wants to become the next President of the republic of Kenya but is link with many corruption cases and he is link with very many corrupt people around him.
Remember that Francis Atwoli is in record alleging that Deputy President William Ruto will not succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta saying that Deputy President William Ruto is very corrupt to lead the country. And also Francis Atwoli COTU secretary General is among the top Leaders who are supporting the Building Bridges initiative BBI Bill that was ruled to be uncostitutional by the Five Men judges.
You can watch the video below;
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