‘Ruto atajua hajui’, says Atwoli who is traveling to US to tell them the DP is a thief


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Cotu Secretary General Francis Atwoli has vowed to tour United States, United Kingdom and Israel to decampaign Deputy President William Ruto.

Atwoli said he will be leaving the country next week, and will ensure he neutralizes Ruto’s visit to the three countries.

The Deputy President is currently in a ten-day political tour of USA and UK.

During his tour, the DP has met senior government officials, and Kenyans in Diaspora to discuss governance issues.

He has also been reported to be critical of his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Premier Raila Odinga’s post-handshake government.

But Atwoli who has openly opposed Ruto has come out to downplay Ruto’s tour, saying he is heading to the three countries to expose Ruto.

“I am going to tell Kenyans in diaspora how he (Ruto) is the first Kenyan Deputy President after independence who is an open thief was there last week,” he said.

Atwoli added: “”

Kevine Omollo
Kevine Omollo
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