The Central Organization of Trade Union (COTU) Secretary General, re-elected for a fifth term unopposed after holding the position for 20 years, Francis Atwoli, has caused mixed reactions online, with his strong message to the politicians who opposed the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).
Penning Standard Digital thoughts from their Twitter page, @StandardKenya, Francis Atwoli after his re-election on Friday, he took to the podium gave a speech and then turned to politics and told Kenyan politicians opposed to the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) that the union (COTU), firmly supported the process and would not allow some leaders to scuttle it.
Atwoli in the trade union circles, has been a fighter for the rights of workers while in his Mulembe backyard, he calls himself an elder and a kingmaker.
He told Kenyans passionate about the much-hyped national unity to rally behind President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga to push for a new constitutional order in the country.
Below are netizens reactions on the post above;
"The Kenyan Labour has little lessons to Kenyan leaders. It is organized in perpetual succession culture and economic regression fallacies". A comment read.
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