Francis Atwoli is one of the outspoken leaders in the country. The COTU boss was recently honored for his service to the Kenyan workers by having a road named after him in Kileleshwa. The road previously known as Dik Dik road was renamed s Atwoli.
However, things have not been smooth for the COTU boss. Unknown people who were displeased by the road sign attacked it and brought it down twice. On the first occasion, the road sign was brought down and repaired by Nairobi County Authorities.
On the second occasion, unknown goons set ablaze the road sign in the middle of the night. Fire destroyed the road sign and county authorities were forced to repair it again.
Today angry youths have warned those people who were destroying the Francis Atwoli road signage of dire consequences if they are caught committing the act.
Speaking after launching another new road signage, one of the youths accused activist Boniface Mwangi as the man behind evil acts of destroying the road signage.
They have asked all youths to celebrate the contribution of leaders while they are still alive and not when they are dead. They also asked all Kenyans to respect Francis Atwoli just like any other leaders.
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