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Atwoli Reveals the Position William Ruto will hold in 2022 After He Changed Tune on BBI

Tebare 11/30/2020

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The COTU secretary general Francis Atwoli made remarks after the Deputy President William Ruto made a surprise move on the BBI that most people didn't expect.

Deputy president on Saturday made contradicting tweets that caused a buzz online, as it sent different signals on which his stand is.

All eyes were on the deputy president to see which stand he takes, as he has been categorical criticizing the document, saying it does not reflect the need of the local citizens.

But during and interview with one of Kenya's Dailies, Absolutely is quote stating the position that the deputy president will hold come the 2022 general elections.

Atwoli is quoted saying that the deputy president is avoiding to lead the no campaigns, since it will be costly to him, and will use most of his resources meant for 2022.

His final remarks, stated that the deputy president William be in opposition since he u ET to lose the general elections.

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Atwoli and Murathe have been critics of Ruto and doing all they can to keep Ruto out of the Presidency.

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