The road signage on Kileleshwa estate was set on fire early today by unknown people. Initially the road was called Dik Dik road, it was in may that the roads name was changed and named after Secretary - General of COTU Francis Atwoli.
The renaming of the road caused an uproar of some Nairobi residents who didn't want the road to be renamed after Atwoli.This is the second time the road sign has been damaged.
Recently the road sign was uprooted by unknown people but it was reinstalled. Caution was given by Atwoli that whoever would be caught for uprooting it will face full force of law. This seems to have not caused any fear in them.
This has happen again when Atwoli was celebrating his re - election as a member of International Labour Organisation (ILO) in Geneva. This is the fourth time he is being re - elected.
The intention of damaging damaging the road sing is under investigations and the residents have been cautioned by the authorities not to get involved in doing things which may cause trouble or lead them into jail.
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