COTU Secretary-General Francis Atwoli has distanced himself from what is happening at the Ford-Kenya and Amani National Congress camps.
Taking on social media, Atwoli clarified that his party is KANU and that he does not what to be associated with people who are unaware of what is happening in the country.
“I want to state categorically that I have nothing to do with what is happening in Ford-K and Amani National Congress. My party is KANU and I shouldn’t be dragged into local parties belonging to fence sitters who have no idea of what is happening in Kenya.”
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The COTU boss said he is busy fighting for the rights of workers in the country and cushion them from job losses witnessed in the country following the coronavirus pandemic.
“I’m currently busy working on issues affecting workers. Together with other social partners we are trying to implement the best strategies to cushion workers and save jobs. I am also focusing on BBI so that workers can be represented in the new constitutional dispensation.”
ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi accused Francis Atwoli for causing the division in Jubilee camp that has seen several leaders being kicked out for their support of DP Ruto.
He also questioned the meeting called by the COTU boss at his mansion in Kajiado County where several Luhya leaders discussed on matters to do with the upcoming elections.
Agitated Atwoli fired shots at the ANC party leader claiming he was the one who spent most of his resources to make sure that he was appointed the Luhya elder.
“Kenyans I don’t know what Mudavadi is talking about I used my resources to make him our Luhya spokesperson politically and let him lead us he is our leader.”
On Sunday ODM distanced themselves from the leadership division happening at Ford-Kenya.
ODM Secretary-General Edwin Sifuna distanced themselves from claims by Musalia Mudavadi that the party was involved.
On Sunday Ford-Kenya leaders held a meeting where they kicked out Moses Wetangula as the party leader saying that he lacked sense of direction for the party.
Wetangula denied the changes saying legally he was still the leader and nothing can change that.