COTU Secretary General, Francis Atwoli took to the limelight to heap and reveal what they talked with President William Ruto, a couple of days ago in State, hinting out that, they were talking matters development and safety of workers.
Atwoli while speaking on NTV, schooled the Opposition wing being held by his long term ally, and the Orange Democartic Movement leader, Raila Odinga, that politics is over and what he should now focus on putting pressure to Ruto so that he can do what he promised Kenyans.
Atwoli, who left tongues wagging following his move to meet Ruto, noted that, Kenyans and even the opposition should accept that Ruto is the President for the next 5 years and he is leading a very democratic country, asking Kenyans to trust him.
He noted that no Kenyan will leave Kenya for another Country, admitting that Ruto took victory from them when they had President Uhuru Kenyatta right in their arms. He also noted that, he told the Tanzanian President Suluhu Hassan that he was now working with Ruto.
“For the people of opposition to continue to do their work, they must exact pressure on the government to do as they promised Kenyans…I want to tell our people, and in our country, it is a country of democracy… in a democracy, things might go this way or that way and we are not on transit, we are not going to Uganda,”
“For the coming 5 years, Ruto will be the president and if Ruto took from us and we had Uhuru but he came and passed through us… so those are the things we discussed with Ruto,”
“I met Tanzania President Suluhu Hassan and she asked me, how is the leadership of President William Ruto, so I told her, I was in Azimio but I am now working with the government because it is my government,” said Atwoli.
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