COTU boss Francis Atwoli has maintained that there will be only one meeting held in Kakamega County come January, 18 and those against it will be locked in their houses until the meeting is over.
This comes barely a day after a section of Western leaders opposing the BBI planned a parallel meeting at the Nabongo Grounds in Mumias on the same day the BBI meeting is held at the county.
Speaking at the stadium on Wednesday, January 15 2020, Atwoli said thet the leaders whom claimed they know will not be allowed to get out of their houses.
“We have the names of all those speaking about Mumias and none will leave their houses. They will only be let out after Bukhungu meeting (Wale watu wote wanasema mambo ya Mumias tuna majina yao na hakuna mtu atatoka kwa nyumba yake, that one I can assure you for free. Watafunguliwa baada ya mkutano kuisha),” said Atwoli.
He further warned Kenyans planning to attend the function not to, suggesting that it might not be good for the citizens.
“Don’t try to go to Mumias (Usijaribu kuenda Mumias),” added the leader after touring the venue for the Saturday function.