Hon. Francis Atwoli is the COTU secretary-general. Atwoli has served in that position for several years. Recently, Atwoli was reelected due to his good job and seriousness when it comes to matters concerning employees.
A few minutes of, Lemiso Sato, a blogger who enjoys a massive following on social media posted a picture of a young girl imitating Atwoli in a plane when he was on a trip to Dubai. The creativity in pictures made netizens appreciate the Competency-Based Curriculum, which was recently introduced in the education system.
The Cotu Secretary-General, who is known across Africa had gone to Dubai to chair a digital marketing meeting." On my way to Dubai to chair an Africa-Asia meeting on the applications of Digital Economy Platform in the world of work. The future is digital. As a country, it's a time we exploit the digital economy." Atwoli posted
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