“You’re a shame to Luhyas”~Atwoli warns Mudavadi

COTU Secretary general Francis Atwoli has lambasted ANC Leader Musalia Mudavadi for accepting to work with Deputy President William Ruto announcing he has ashamed the luhya community.

Announcing via Twitter on Sunday evening, COTU boss also condemned Mudavadi for questioning his leadership at the workers union.

“Who told him he’s going to be President? Befriending Ruto is not key to Presidency. He has ashamed the luhya by allowing Ruto to fund his NDC,” Atwoli tweeted.

Atwoli said he will respond fully on Monday (Today) to Mudavadi’s deal with DP William Ruto.

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He added: “As I said earlier , ANC and FORD – K are political commercial kiosks for Mudavadi’s deal with Mudavadi and Wetangula,”

Atwoli also accused Mudavadi that while he was the finance minister in 1994 he sneaked a redundancy clause in to the Finance Bill of 1994 without consulting workers.

“Mudavadi, in 1994 while minister for finance , sneaked in the redundancy clause into the Finance Bill of 1994, as suggested by the World Bank, which allowed employers to declare redundancy without consulting workers. So how will he empower workers?,” Atwoli wrote.

ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi while launching his presidential bid in the upcoming august general election at the Bomas of Kenya on Sunday questioned Atwoli’s leadership saying the labour sector is full of corruption.

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According to the ANC boss, the labour sector consists of few individuals and has vandalised by clueless self serving leadership.

“It is tragic that the labour movement that played a stunning role in securing Kenyans in independence has been vandalised and cannibalised by clueless and clownish self serving leadership,” Said Mudavadi.

Mudavadi said under his watch the labour movement is going to regain its scent of purpose and as middle house between the employer and the employees.

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