The COTU chairman Hon Francis Atwoli today has insisted that the next general election can and should be postponed due to many reasons which might the country when we conduct the election next year. According to him, the reasons that may lead to the Postponment of the next general election is post election violence which might lead to the lose of lives.
The chairman has also encouraged the citizens to be ready for anything about the next general election as more meeting are s ongoing about the election. This has come after the deputy president William Ruto was annoyed by the statements which was released by the African court of human rights about the election.
Francis Atwoli insist that if the country will conduct the election, then the citizens must be ready for the violence like it happened in the year 2007. The postponment of the next general election will now give president Uhuru Kenyatta more years in the government as they propose untill 2026 where the covid-19 pandemic will be contained.
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