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Atwoli- President Uhuru should sober up while adressing the public

By Fay Ngina | September 3rd 2017

COTU secretary general Francis Atwoli has asked President Uhuru Kenyatta to sober up while addressing the public.

He has also urged President Uhuru to take his time before he starts politicking because he would make a lot of mistakes in the process.

Mr Atwoli said that the president should not be "emotional, rational" and that he has no moral authority to lash and to fire at the nulling judges.

"So I'm appealing to his excellency the president to be little bit to be sober, to sober up because even the way he's addressing the public he appears not sober. He should be himself, if I was president Uhuru Kenyatta today I would be still thinking what to do, you just don't hit the road immediately and start politicking, you will make a lot of mistakes in the process. And even those people who voted for you would still change their mind and say, 'this is not the right person.' And you still have a large following in Kenya sober up you have your supporters, Raila has his supporters." Said COTU secretary general Francis Atwoli.

President Uhuru said that he did not agree with the Supreme Court's ruling but respects it.

He also said that they are ready for another election but has warned NASA of removing the IEBC. He also told CJ David Maraga not to interfere and let IEBC do their job.

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