Supreme Court faults JSC for unfairness over Shollei´s termination

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The Supreme Court has ruled that the Judicial Service Commission violated Glady’s Shollei’s right to fair administrative action by failing to give her reasons for terminating her contract as the Judicial Chief Registrar on 18th October 2013. 

On 18th October 2013, the Judicial Service Commission terminated Glady’s Boss Shollei’s appointment and removed her from office as the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary.

The Supreme Court faulted JSC for violating Shollei’s right of access to information and defence and directed it to publish procedures for all of its disciplinary and investigative processes within 90 days from today – Thursday 17th February 2022.

Meanwhile, the Kenya Commercial Bank’s Administrator and Receiver Manager Ramana Rao has cast aspersions on West Sugar Company’s intention in taking over Mumias sugar company.

Rao claimed that by bidding 36 billion shillings on Mumias Sugar that is valued at 15 billion shillings, West sugar company intended to run down Mumias to give it monopoly in the sector.

 

  

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