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Why Sossion is the only hope for every teacher in Kenya for now despite all odds

By Mwalimu Miruka Ongoro | December 14th 2017

Wilson Sossion is an introvert (That's what l believe, from my Psychology), who only talks for reason....he, being a teacher, wants all teachers of this nation to be happy.

The KNUT boss is fearless. For his passion to fight for teachers, Sossion appears like a public opinion charlatan. Far from the truth. Wilson Sossion is just like the other KNUT legends, such as Ambrose Adongo, John Katumanga, Francis Nga'ng'a among others. 

Currently, the KNUT secretary general is under siege because he was nominated as an ODM MP while still serving as the national secretary general. Jubilee aligned ideologues, especially from central Kenya, want him deposed, pronto.

Citing his past track record, Sossion is likely to bounce back, still lay strongly his foothold on teachers' politics. Given the current scenario, where the TSC unilaterally makes directives affecting teachers, without consulting with them, Wilson Sossion stands out as the solitary voice that can champion the teachers' welfare, fearlessly.

In all these, Sossion has remained a tough and assertive figure whenever teachers of Kenya need leadership and direction. Sossion is overprotective of the Kenyan teachers.

For those who love or hate him, will once agree, differ with him, equally, with divided opinion, ask: if we kick him today, whom do we have to replace him with?

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