Former KNUT Secretary General Wilson Sossion has been the talk of the day today. This is after him arriving in Lugari in Kakamega county for a burial of a teacher wearing the attire belonging to KNUT Secretary General. Teachers have questioned whether Sossion is still in KNUT office to wear the KNUT uniform.
In what the teachers termed as misuse of the union's uniform, they were heard roaring and shouting the name of Mr. Oyuu who is the current KNUT Secretary General. This comes days after Oyuu blamed Sossion for using teachers to fight the union and the Teachers Service Commission.
In several occasions, Sossion has been seen wearing the shirt belonging to KNUT Secretary General something which has raised questions as to whether he is still in office. A similar incidence happened last week in Bomet County where teachers kept on saying NO TO SOSSION during the burial of a teacher. It is now evident that Sossion is not happy leaving KNUT offices.
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