Wednesday June 12, 2019 - COTU Secretary General, Francis Atwoli, has predicted the possible outcome of the much awaited 2022 presidential elections.
And though he appears to have slowed down on his recent rants and attacks on Deputy President William Ruto who is also eyeing the seat, he has kept the debate alive on social media.
Venting on social media on Sunday, Atwoli said that Kenyans should warm up for Baringo Senator Gideon Moi's Presidency after the elections, though the KANU boss has remained largely silent on his bid.
"Greetings from your fifth President," Atwoli wrote on Facebook on Sunday, following it up with a photo of the last born son of former and longest serving President Daniel Toroitich arap Moi.
On Monday, he said that the Deputy President seat will go to former Gatanga MP, Peter Kenneth, who unsuccessfully vied for the top seat in the 2013 polls.
"Our incoming DP sends his humble greetings. Beginning of the rise of Kenya. Feel free to screenshot this, 2022 is slowly shaping up," he wrote again.
Though Gideon has hinted at vying for the top seat, he has repeatedly noted that the nation needs to concentrate on better things for now.
Kenneth, on the other hand, has gone largely silent after losing the Nairobi gubernatorial seat in the 2017 polls.
The Kenyan DAILY POST