COTU boss told to keep off politics

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A section of politicians have lashed out at COTU secretary general Francis Atwoli asking him to keep off politics.

The leaders faulted Atwoli’s remarks that insinuated the absence of the deputy president in the
2022 ballot.

The leaders came out in defense of the DP Ruto warning the COTU to quit making reckless statements.

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Speaking during a harambee to raise money for Imams in Matuga constituency at Ng’ombeni Primary School, the leader of majority Aden Duale who was the chief guest, urged leaders in the country to be careful with their utterances.

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Duale reiterated that the jubilee government will deliver on its mandate downplaying what he termed as sideshows.

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The leaders called on their counterparts across the country to work together setting their political differences aside to build a more peaceful and developed country.

Matuga Member of parliament Kassim Tandaza urged coast residents to trust their leaders and follow their lead in the 2022 elections.

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Meanwhile his Msambweni counterpart Suleiman Dori declared he will run for presidency in 2022.

Bomet woman representative Joyce Korir called on Atwoli to focus on fighting for workers rights and leave politics to politicians.

 

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