Veteran Kenyan trade unionist Francis Atwoli has asked President Uhuru Kenyatta to crack the whip on errant leaders in Jubilee in order to leave a united country once he vacates office in 2022.

Speaking in Vihiga during the burial of mother to ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, Atwoli noted that President Kenyatta risks failing in his unity agenda if he does not crack the whip now.

“We want to support you because of the stability of the country. Come out and help us crack the whip and maintain discipline… Your Excellency I want you to be serious the way your dad used to be and protect your lieutenants ndio utuwachie amani…Please crack the whip. Hii Ngozi nyeusi usipochunga you will find them in your bedroom,” he said.

Atwoli took a swipe at Deputy President William Ruto accusing him of being disrespectful by openly opposing the BBI push spearheaded by the president and his handshake partner Raila Odinga.

“Your deputy says the BB has derailed the Big Four agenda yet he knows the two important projects are both your projects. He claims to be your deputy. Does Jubilee not have a clause to expel people. Which party is that?" Atwoli said.

When he the president rose to address the mourners, he noted that his silence shouldn’t be mistaken for weakness.