Political analyst Herman Manyora has questioned Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU) Secretary General Francis Atwoli over his prophecies, all of whom he believes have come to pass.
The latest was about Imran Okoth's win in the Kibra poll, which he made about a fortnight ago, during an interview on Citizen TV's JKL Show.
In the prediction, he said that Imran, of the ODM party, will have won by 10 am, beating among others, McDonald Mariga of the Jubilee Party.
Manyora now says that this should serve as a warning to Deputy President William Ruto, considering that Atwoli has since prophesied that he will never be president.
This comes at a time when the DP is warming up for the 2022 general elections, and Manyora is of the view that he should bail himself out.
Speaking on Saturday, he pointed out that given that all of his other prophesies have materialized, including the President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga truce, the DP should consider having the prophecy on his bid undone.
"For William Samoei Ruto, Atwoli says you will never be President. Look for him ameze hiyo mate (so that he can swallow that saliva)," he advised, on his "Take It or Leave It" political analysis channel.
He also cautioned the trade unionist against going around cursing people, stressing on the need for him to be very careful with what he says to avoid doing bad to others.
"This Atwoli and his prophesies; he talked of the handshake and it came. Atwoli with your prophesies and curses be careful. You said Echesa (former Sports Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa) will be sacked and he was sacked. Kwani wewe Atwoli uko namna gani (how were you made?)," he added.
Atwoli has also said that the DP will not only not be the president, but will not even be in the presidential ballot, and has also claimed that there will be a referendum before 2022.
According to him, President Uhuru Kenyatta will stay in power post-2022.