An arrest warrant has been issued against Embu Governor Martin Wambora for failure to appear in court.
Wambora was to explain the circumstances that led to the failure to remit Embu county employee's statutory fees as required by the law.
"NEWS UPDATE: An arrest warrant has been issued for Embu Governor Martin Wambora and three county officials for contempt of court over the remittance of workers' statutory fees."PDNews https://t.co/fIEJEZ88HG
The warrant of arrest has been issued by the Employment and Labour relations court which is based in Nyeri on Tuesday morning.
This is the second arrest warrant against Governor Martin Wambora with the earlier one having been issued over lack of failing to effect payments for sacked County Assembly employees as had been ordered by the court.
Employment and Labor Relation Court issued the warrants after Wambora failed to appear before it to show cause why he should not be punished for not effecting the said orders.
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