Wilson Sossion: Indefatigable unionist stood firm against state

Says the government had frustrated his leadership as he fought for the well-being of teachers.

In Summary

• The firebrand Sossion broke down at some point, recalling his journey in the trade union right from Bomet at a press conference at Windsor on Friday.

• Sossion said the move was for the good of Knut’s continuity and membership, whose dues have been held by the state for two years, and for himself.

“We shall strike and strike and strike and strike until the Kazungus and Kaimenyis of this world see sense.”

Wilson Sossion, then-chairman of the Kenya National Union of Teachers, was daring ...

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