The former KNUT secretary general Wilson Sossion had what can be termed as the most controversial exit from office. Sossion tended his resignation letter claiming frustrations from the government. He was soon replaced by Collins Oyuu and ever since things have not been the same for the teachers in the Union.
It should be remembered that Sossion was vocal about CBC implementation terming it premature a stand that seemingly resulted to his frustrations.
Kenyans on Twitter have revived the Sossion debate claiming he was best fit for the Job.
@Denniswambua: Hon. Wilson Sossion definitely had the affairs of Kenyan teachers deep in his heart.
I remember he cried deeply when he imagined the kind of people he's leaving behind to head Knut.
@shawn_Tuesday: KNUT will never find a vibrant SG like Sossion. Teachers are on the cold now.
@songok23: Sossion was the ideal secretary. He'll live to be the greatest of all time (GOAT) as the SG of KNUT.
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