The ongoing political allingnments in the country are slowly taking a new shape as politicians begin making millage ahead if the general elections. This is a period where the political class in the country are in a race to gather votes across the country.
The COTU boss Francis Atwoli has finally posted the amount of money he contributed during a fundraising at Friends School Kamusinga. He was keen to note that he was the chief guest of the event where he contributed two million shillings to assist in the projects planned by the school.
Atwoli went ahead to state that they managed to fundraise nine million shillings from well wishers and parents to construct a modern social hall and a laboratory. This is a positive move since the fundraising was supposed to help the school improve its infrastructure to support learners obtain maximum knowledge before they leave the school after their final exam.
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