Central Organization of Trade Unions(COTU) Secretary General Francis Atwoli on Saturday evening, 12th February 2022, held a high profile dinner meeting at his residence.
Atwoli held a high orofile meeting with a deligation of top leaders including leading African Trade Unionists for dinner.
During the high profile meeting that has raised speculations of what could be cooking between the trade unionists, Atwoli met the COSATU Secretary General, ITUC-Africa, GS, ITUC & NLC President and KUDHEIHA leader.
The vocal trade unionist met Bro. Bheki Ntshalintshali, Kwasi Amankwah, Ayuba Wabba and Albert Njeru at his residence.
"Yesterday, @AtwoliDza hosted leading African trade unionists for dinner. Among the leaders in attendance were Bro. Bheki Ntshalintshali (COSATU-SG), Bro. Kwasi Amankwah (ITUC-Africa, GS), Bro. Ayuba Wabba (President ITUC & NLC) and Bro. Albert Njeru (KUDHEIHA)," read a statement by COTU.
The dinner meeting came after a COTU (K)/ ITUC-Africa meeting on 'Advancing African workers' and trade unions' unity for Africa's transformation', bringing together the first batch of leading African trade union leaders to discuss the future of Trade Unions in Africa.
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