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“She is no longer my relative”,Atwoli says after wife Roselinda joins Ruto’s UDA political party

COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli has denied having a relationship with Mama Roselinda Simiyu, who joined Deputy President William Ruto’s UDA Party on Friday. Mama Roselinda was officially welcomed into the hustler movement during Ruto’s Friday tour of Western Kenya where she was introduced to the public alongside other new members.

In her seconds-long address to the crowd, Mama Roselinda said: “Mimi naitwa Mama Roselinda Simiyu Mzee wangu anaitwa Francis atwoli.”She added: “Na niko ndani ndani ya hustler(movement).”

COTU boss Atwoli would later take to social media announcing that Mama Roselinda is “no longer on the list of my relatives.”In a scathing attack, Atwoli stated that he did not consider Roselinda as one of his relatives although the two sired children.

“Roselinda was surrended to William Ruto in 2007 in his Eldoret town house. She is no longer on the list of my relatives,” said Atwoli.He went on to castigate ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangula as part of the people who had betrayed him by joining forces with DP Ruto.’

He added: “Ruto can now add her, FREE OF CHARGE, to his two recently acquired bearded wives to him have three wives from western. Western Kenya is in Azimio.”
DP Ruto, on Friday, January 28, unveiled Roselinda as a new UDA member, but also trolled Atwoli’s sense of fashion.
“Huyu ni bibi ya ule jamaa wa nyororo (She is the wife of that guy who loves wearing chains),” Ruto stated amid cheers from the crowd.
The developments came a few days after Atwoli claimed that Mudavadi’s speech at the Amani National Conference (ANC) National Delegates Conference was authored by Ruto. Atwoli accused Mudavadi of dishonesty and betrayal by allowing the DP to use him for selfish political interests.
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