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Sossion told to return Knut property

By Joseph Muchiri | September 13th 2019 at 11:30:58 GMT +0300

Among the property he should surrender is his official car and other high-value property.

Ousted Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) Secretary General Wilson Sossion (pictured) is facing another battlefront from the union trustees who have given him until Monday to surrender all the union property in his custody.

Led by John Gitari Munyi, the three national trustees who are the custodians of the Knut property said Sossion has no right to keep holding on to union property any longer.

Among the property he should surrender is his official car and other high-value property.

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“We are giving Sossion up to Monday 8am to return all the union property in his possession. We know he has an expensive car, which we already hear is in a garage. I will be in office waiting for him to surrender everything,” said Gitari, who is the secretary and spokesman of the trustee’s body.

Speaking in Embu town, Gitari said in case Sossion does not return the property by Monday, they shall invoke the constitution of Knut and seek court orders to have him arrested and surcharged.

He said as far as the trustees are concerned, Sossion ceased to be the secretary general of Knut and is also not a Knut member, hence, they are taking action to safeguard union property.

Gitari said Knut acting secretary general Hesbon Otieno was not working properly because of the way Sossion is forcing himself into office when other officials do not want him.

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