You Should Stop Day Dreaming; Atwoli Slams Tangatanga Politicians
By Msafill | self meida writer
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COTU secretary general Francis Atwoli is adding salt in an open wound. Atwoli while speaking to Jeff Koinange at JKL, has hit a hot nail to Tangatanga politicians who are saying that the building bridges initiative report has no ground.
Atwoli said that just like devolution,the building bridges initiative report is good for the lives of kenyans and insisted that the report has got ground despite the letter from Kangata that was warning the president about unpopularity of the document.
He said that those leaders who are still claiming that the report is not popular are just but day dreaming like Kangata was day dreaming while writing the letter.
"There are no losers in the BBI process…Those who had contrary views are entitled to their opinions." He said.
"Those who said things were different on the ground -That was day dreaming and we have many people suffering from daydreaming disease, not just Kang’ata." He added.
This interview comes just a day after BBI was passed overwhelmingly by the county assemblies including those that are Ruto's "strongholds".
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