Francis Atwoli: I might be COTU’s Secretary General forever.

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Francis Atwoli, Secretary-General of the Central Organization of Trade Unions ( COTU), has announced that he does not resign from the trade union as previously expected.

According to a video obtained by this website, Atwoli said that it is becoming clear that he will have to remain on the job as long as staff press him to comment on their behalf.

” I’ve been dreaming about my last name, and it seems that I won’t have one in this particular place. “I will stay as long as those who have entrusted their job protection to me want me,” Atwoli said.

The vocal trade union leader hinted that he would be leaving the workers’ movement in early January 2021.

In a tweet posted on his platforms, he revealed his sprawling farm in Nakuru, Kenya, where he intended to live.

“Spending the evening in my small farm in Nakuru looking after my cows and the hays being prepared for the dry season as I prepare to retire,” Atwoli wrote.

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Atwoli was recently re-elected unopposed as COTU Secretary-General for the fifth time, until 2026.

He took to social media to thank the staff for their trust while pledging to work hard for them.

” I want to thank ALL KENYAN WORKERS for RE-ELECTING ME UNOPPOSED as Secretary-General of @COTU K via their registered Trade Union Representatives. “I pledge to serve you with all my might and determination, and I will not betray the faith you have placed in me,” he wrote.

The 72-year-old was elected alongside 12 other secretariat officials, including Rajabu Mwondi (chairman), Joel Chebii (first vice-chairman), Francis Murage (second vice-chairman), Benson Okwaro (deputy secretary-general), Ernest Nadome (first assistant secretary-general), Carolyn Rutto (second assistant secretary-general), Rebecca Nyathogora (treasurer-general), Washington Adongo (deputy treasurer-general), Rebecca Nyathogora (second trustee).

In addition, the company elected 22 members to the executive board in a procedure that took place both physically and electronically.

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