“Let’s avoid sharing fake news. Considering I am a person of interest, I will make it public if I were to get hospitalized. It’s God, the one God I pray to, who takes care of me,” Atwoli tweeted.
COTU also reiterated Atwoli’s stance while giving an update on the Secretary-General’s health.
“Avoid the fake news making rounds that our Secretary General Bro Francis Atwoli has been hospitalized.
“The SG is in good health and has been busy attending meetings and online engagements aimed at cushioning workers from the economic shock of COVID,” COTU added.
A local daily had reported that Atwoli was rushed to hospital on Tuesday, June 30 after falling ill.
The report added that Atwoli had contracted the virus which has seen Kenya record 6,366 positive cases with 148 fatalities.