COTU boss Francis Atwoli has jetted out to Dubai. Atwoli will be chairing a meeting on digital economy. He will be enlightening the delegates from Dubai about the impacts of the digital economy amid the many challenges that the world is facing due to the economic hardships caused by the pandemic.
Atwoli is well known across Africa for his fearless fight for the rights of employees in the country. He has been in the position as the COTU Chairman for quite sometime. However despite of the many challenges in the employment sector, Atwoli has been working hard to see that the rights of every employee is observed.
Kenyans have criticised Atwoli's trip to Dubai saying that he has got little knowledge about the digital marketing. However others have applauded him saying that even countries can believe in him to offer advise in the digital economy.
Here are some of the reactions:
Hezron Wesonga: Kenyans, it's our joy and privilege to have one of our own doing this.Lakini roho chafu jameni shall hinder our progress.
Bernard: Some things are really ironical. Atwoli chairing a digital economy platform and not in his household, but in Africa and Asia. What got he in this field really?
Philomena: Digital economic flatform ?...with Atwoli? I don't know more in the sector....but Nasema shenzi Sana.
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