I Swear To You Ruto Will Not Be President You Will See Mark My Words; Atwoli Spells Doom For DP Ruto
Central Organisation of Trade Unions Secretary General Francis Atwoli came within inches of taking a deadly and portent Luhya oath known as “Khwesisa oluotosi” as he shot up on his feet in the middle of an interview in a dramatic moment captured live on air, and which startled his host.
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU) Secretary General Francis Atwoli was appearing on an interview with Citizen TV's Jeff Koinange. In the interview, Atwoli gave his views about the current political atmosphere and his preferred candidate. The union leader insisted again that the Deputy President William Ruto will never be elected as president of this country, at least not in 2022.
The highly-opinionated Central Organisation of Trade Unions Secretary General Francis Atwoli has for the first time revealed why he has never and might never run for elective posts in the country despite his penchant for controversy. Atwoli who was recently made the Luhya Community “coordinator” is known for his strong criticism against Deputy President William Ruto.
If the Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu) Secretary General receives a trademark application, you may soon have to obtain permission from or pay Mr Francis Atwoli to use the exclamations "alaa", "alaaa", and "alaaaa" for branding reasons. It has been revealed that Atwoli filed an application with the Kenya Industrial Property Institute (Kipi) to license the three words that make up his name.
Francis Atwoli Makes Big Revelation In Public, Confesses What He Shall Do Just Before The 2022 Polls
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions(COTU) Secretary General Francis Atwoli has once again sparked mixed reactions among Kenyans following his revelation ahead of the much anticipated 2022 polls. While addressing a crowd in Bungoma, the outspoken trade unionist claimed that he shall unveil a lengthy list of leaders who shall take over Western region ahead of 2022.
Dr. William Ruto, the Deputy President, has got some heartbreaking news from Francis Atwoli, who feels the Chief Hustler would not be elected President in 2022. With the next general election only a few months away, the deputy is in for a harsh awakening. PHOTO/COURTESY
Francis Atwoli and Musalia Mudavadi. Photo: The Star. Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU) Secretary General and KANU life member Francis Atwoli has accused Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi and his FORD Kenya counterpart Moses Wetang'ula of being political brokers. The COTU boss said that the two leaders were the main reason the Luhya unity, that was only once achieved by former vioce president the late Michael Wamalwa Kijana in 2002, remain elusive about two decades later.
Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Kenya) Secretary General Francis Atwoli has written an official letter to the Kenya Industrial Property Institute (KIPI) to own exclusive rights to the phrases 'alaa, alaaa and alaaa' which he uses mostly while talking. This phrase has always make Atwoli to be known in the whole country.Currently in all his speech where he mentioned the phrase has been made as a meme.The gengeton music industrious has also used to market their music.
The Nairobi Expressway as attracted many kenyans on twitter with it attractive look taking shape. This is a milestone to Kenyan transport sector which as seen many kenyans give their views on the modern highway. However, politicians are not left behind former prime minister class claims he was part of the plan to build the first Expressway in Kenya.
Atwoli Moves To Register "Alaa" As His Trademark, It's Use Will Require Permission If It's Registered. The Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu) Secretary General Francis Atwoli has now moved to register the word "Alaa" as a trademark and he stated that the word is exclusively his and this is a word that sprouted from him and went viral in the country and it's in use upto date amongst Kenyan's.
The push for the Building Bridges Initiative Constitutional amendment Bill had taken a new twist after pro BBI politicians went public and declared that the forthcoming general elections could be postponed for BBI to be passed first. The biggest upset to the bill was the annulment in the High Court, which forced the proponents to form a top legal team to appeal at the Court of Appeal.
Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU) Secretary-General, Francis Atwoli, has reacted to Friday’s Court of Appeal ruling that declared the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) as unconstitutional null, and void. The landmark ruling by a seven-judge bench prompted mixed reactions from political leaders who took to social media to express both their approval and disappointments.
Central Organisation of Trade Unions secretary-general Francis Atwoli, has weighed in on the withdrawal of deputy president William Ruto's security team from his homes including the official residence. The great critic of the deputy president has distanced himself from the move stating that he did not have a hand in it, he further faulted the state over the move stating that deputy president William Ruto ought to have been consulted before changing the security personnel attached to him, he said the move was not good considering the status of the deputy president.
The Secretary-General of the Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu-K), Francis Atwoli, believes that, despite the failure of the Building Bridges Initiative appeal, the next government will have to amend the constitution, given how Kenyans have always been divided by high-octane political seasons.
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu-K) Secretary-General Francis Atwoli believes that although theBuilding Bridges Initiative appeal did not sail through, the next government will have to amend the constitution, considering how high-octane political seasons have always left Kenyans divided. While accepting the verdict of the seven appellate judges on BBI, the Cotu-K boss explained that he had been on the frontline promoting the BBI because he believed the proposed amendments would have solved Kenya’s election related problems.
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU-K) Secretary General Francis Atwoli has spoken once again about Ruto and his doings. He pointed out that he gives out wheelbarrows to the unemployment youths while he drives around in Mercedes-benz. Yes, you read it right. To my fans and the rest, get your latest update, gossip and trend, am sorry for being antisocial for a while please kindly hit the follow button in the right hand corner and please don't you forget to leave your opinion on the comment section below.
Many people tend to think that marriage advice only comes from marriage counsellors and psychologists.However,it turns out to be wrong,when Francis Atwoli ,COTU(Central Organisation Of Trade Unions)drops out wisdom.He had been invited to a wedding ceremony where advised them on how to live happily in marriage.Francis Atwoli got married to June in 2018 and from that they have been living happily.This gives a clear picture that he possess some secrets of a happy love story.In a viral video that has posted on an instagram page,he is witnessed pointing out that prayer is a key to successful marriage.He is heard talking about rosary,becoming a surprise to realize that he is a catholic.He advised the couple to keep praying and holding the rosary whenever things get tough.He even used himself as an example that whenever his wife asked him questions that he can't answer he holds the rosary and sleeps.Whenever also they lack sleep at night,they pray and everything goes on well.He said: "And when Maria asks me questions that I cannot answer, I hold the rosary [pray] and sleep to avoid arguing with her.
Central Organisation of Trade Unions(COTU) secretary general Francis Atwoli claims that he deserves a bigger road in Nairobi other than the Kileleshwa Dik Dik road named after him. He says that Jogoo road in Nairobi should be renamed after his considering what he has done in the country, deserves bigger recognition.
Civil servants have threatened to down there tools in two weeks if the government does not review it's intention to freeze salaries review. SRC on Thursday said that it will cease reviewing salaries of all civil servants and state officers as a result of economic slowdown occasioned by the Covid 19 pandemic.
Francis Atwoli, the secretary-general of the Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU), has proposed that the country's next general elections, scheduled for 2022, be postponed by a year. The workers' leader, who is also a well-known power broker in the country, claims that holding elections before the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) is passed is pointless.