Prof. George Magoha, who passed away on Thursday, was hailed as a man who was firm in his decisions by COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli.
Atwoli recalled the day his son was expelled from the University of Nairobi while speaking to the media at Magoha’s home in Nairobi.
He stated that Magoha was then acting as the varsity’s vice chancellor.
Atwoli, who had come to the family’s home to offer condolences, said of the guy, “He was a serious man and really extremely serious because he contacted me one day and told me I don’t want your son in my university anymore.”
The SG clarified that not even his negotiating skills or influence were able to keep him out of danger.
He did not, however, provide an explanation for why his son was being exiled.
“Francis, he informed me
Take your son to another university in the nation; I’ve already said no, so take that as my final word “Atwoli said, not even their friends could persuade him to change his mind.
Atwoli went on to describe the late CS as an honest and upright person.
He promised that not a single penny would have been taken from anyone in order to bury Magoha.
As a result of our widespread representation, “We, in the World of Work, know who is corrupt and who is not,” he claimed.