Francis Atwoli sends stern Warning to Team Mafisi

Francis Atwoli assured the public that he is happy with his new wife as he responded to public reactions on his marriage Live on TV. The 69 year old went on further to brag of his bedroom prowess with a straightforward warning to the infamous  Team Mafisi.

Taking time to carefully respond respond to querries about his marriage with the attractive media girl, Atwoli clarified that he married Kilobi, a Kiswahili anchor at KTN, after his second wife defiled his directive not to venture into politics leaving him a lonely man:

“I asked my second wife not to involve herself with politics but she chose that path. The reason I was asking her not to pursue politics was because I needed somebody to take care of me and since she joined politics, I married Mary so that she attends to me.”  Atwoli claims.

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Before he was done, Atwoli heaped praises on his young wife calling her a cute girl, a good cook and very loving saying that age limit does not exist between man and woman when asked about their huge age gap.

Atwoli met Kilobi 13 years ago in Uganda when she was a student at Makerere University during which he claims he made a promise to her that he will marry her when she got older. She was 21 then, interning at Uganda Broadcasting Corporation.

Due to his need to have another wife, Atwoli was cheekily asked if, at his age, he is still able to satisfy a younger Kilobi as a husband and  Without hesitation said: “Ninaweza mbaya sana. Katiba lazima usome.  (I am Very Capable, That is my duty and i have to attend to it).  That response should keep all suitors off, including Team Mafisi.

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Francis Atwoli Born in 1950 in Webuye District, Western Province,is a long serving trade unionist who is the current secretary general of the Central Organization of Trade Unions (Kenya) currently 69 years old. He was elected to the board in 2002 having worked for several years as a member of the Agriculture and Plantation Workers Union in Kenya.

He is very witty and He has consistently presented himself as a vocal advocate for workers rights frequently making animated speeches in events such as Labour Day crictising politicians on issues such as their refusal to pay taxes on their allowances, and dabbling in corruption. Globally, he’s a respectable leader who has contributed alot in freedom of workers and has always stood by them in realizing their rights.  He has also been critical of Non-Governmental bodies interfering with labour disputes, and global institutions including the World Bank.



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