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Atwoli distances himself from Viral Letter directed to DP Ruto

Atwoli sets the record straight

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Atwoli has refuted claims that he had a press conference and bashed Dp Ruto for ignoring Raila Odinga, despite him being his political father.

The letter was shared by one Owiti Owayo on Facebook purporting that it had originated from the COTU Secretary General.

The secretary general has asked Kenyans to ignore the letter terming it has fake news.

“The author of the fake news is a stranger to me … I wish to urge Kenyans to ignore such propaganda. I am neutral in the political impasse.” Mr Atwoli said as Quoted by Nairobi News.

He said Kenyans should talk in order to cool the heightened political temperatures.

According to the post, Mr Atwoli says he believes the October 26 election results were fabricated and that Mr Ruto’s leadership style is wanting. Mr Atwoli purportedly throws his weight behind NASA leader Raila Odinga.

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