The secretary general of COTU, Francis Atwoli has finally spoken to the labourers across the country in the hard ependemic period. This is the period where the country is battling the adverse effects of the deadly Corona Virus and it is causing a lot of economic hardships across the country. Many people have lost their jobs due to the effects of the deadly pandemic and this is affecting the lives of many people across the country and the world at large. Francis Atwoli has come with a relieving message to all the workers. Atwoli was addressing the 109th official opening session of Virtual International Labour Conference.
The COTU secretary general has spoken to the global solidarity in a move to develop a comprehensively planned technique to guarantee equaty and access to vaccines and jobs. This comes as a relief to those people who have had to lose their jobs due to the effects of the global pandemic which continues to destroy economies and livelihoods.
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