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Francis Atwoli says Luhya’s supporting Ruto will die before August 9

by Amos Khaemba

COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli sensationally claimed that Luhya’s supporting the Kenya Kwanza alliance presidential flag bearer William Ruto will not make it beyond August 9.

Speaking in Busia on Thursday, May 26, the vocal trade unionist warned that residents from the Luhya community supporting Ruto’s presidential bid will die before voting day.

According to Atwoli’s prophecy, Kenya Kwanza alliance leader William Ruto will get zero votes from the Mulembe nation because those supporting him might not be alive on August 9, which is the official voting day as gazetted by IEBC

“Wale Waluhya wanamfuata, nataka kuwaambia saa hii, na mimi ni mzee! Mchunge hawa waluhya wanamfuata, hatutafika na wao the nane! Mungu atawaita! Mungu wa Mungu atawaita,” the outspoken unionist said.

Loosely translated to, “For those Luhyas who are behind him (Ruto), I want to tell them something right now, as an elder, I say be careful for those supporting him may not make it with us to August 8,

“God will call them! the God of gods will call them! Do you hear me?” he roared with his legendary finality.

The vibrant trade unionist, a critic of DP Ruto, had accompanied the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition party flag bearer Raila Odinga who is on a 5-day vote-hunt tour of the Western region.

Atwoli revisited his prophecy that the 2022 presidential front runner, William Samoei Ruto, will not win the August elections.

He further cautioned the Mulembe community against being misled by the Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi and his Ford Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangu’la to vote for DP Ruto.

“Today, I joined Raila Odinga to remind the great people of Western Kenya that we are winning this election with a huge margin. No one from Western should be misled by the ‘misleaders’ out to do an impossible task for a hopeless endeavor to please a man who is never satisfied.” Atwoli said on Twitter after attending the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition party rallies in Western Kenya.

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