Renowned long-term Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU) boss Francis Atwoli few hours ago shared a sneak peak of his organisation Secretariats causing online Stir.
Apart from Kenyan focusing on his topics of the meeting they went on to criticize Atwoli taste of people because they all looked like their minds were out of the meeting.
Most of them were elderly and hence couldn't stay lively for long as they started dozing off as they meeting gained pace.
Majority of the members seemed to be at their late 60s and netizens couldn't help but wonder how they implement policies discussed in meetings while they can't concentrate.
Those who managed to be awake were either on their phones or doing their own things to prevent themselves from falling asleep.
It's such shame to watch people trusted to run Kenyan economy looking uncomfortable I their posts while majority of youth are jobless who could stay awake and seem meetings topics implemented to the latter.
Below are some of the photos.
Counsel Mayambi, "No single youth in that team. No wonder nobody in COTU understands what is happening on the ground with regards to job loss and the need to address the issue."
Nathan Gitunda, " Bwana SG, on wazees are in the Secretariat ana kuna picha zingine."
Ronald Mugera, " Kumbe Everybody is old in COTU (k) from SG to Secretariat. They are evidentky all asleep during the 'meeting'.
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