Atwoli Moves To Register "Alaa" As His Trademark, It's Use Will Require Permission If It's Registered.
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu) Secretary General Francis Atwoli has now moved to register the word "Alaa" as a trademark and he stated that the word is exclusively his and this is a word that sprouted from him and went viral in the country and it's in use upto date amongst Kenyan's. It's indeed a very popular word.
After making this move, Kenyan's now have upto the 29th of December 2021 to file opposition against the registration of the word "Alaa" as a trademark by Francis Atwoli and.
Atwoli is well Known for the word alaa! alaaa! alaaa and it will now be a brand under him if it's registered successfully by KIPI.
Link to source of information: https://www.facebook.com/NTVKenya/photos/a.80240814057/10157658552154058/?type=3&app=fbl
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