COTU secretary general Francis Atwoli
COTU secretary general Francis Atwoli seems to be the most blessed man in the country. The firebrand trades man has always maintained a high profile in every job that he has been doing while representing the workers in the country. Equally he has been calling on the government to consider the common mwanainchi plea in terms of job evaluation and salary increase.
In a today's post, Atwoli has congratulated the workers of Kenya for entrusting him again with the post of Member of International Labour Organization governing body. Atwoli promises to work hard for the workers who have entrusted him with the said post. This brings true to the prophecy he made when he said that he might work for COTU untill his death.
Netizens expressed mixed reactions as others continued congratulating him for the landmark achievement. Others called on him to please resign and hand the mantle to a young and vibrant leader who will steer the union forward.
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