A warrant of arrest has been issued by the Employment and Labour Relations court in Nyeri for Embu Governor Martin Wambora, County Secretary County Jason Nyaga, Finance and Economic Planning Executive John Njagi, and his Chief Officer Ruth Ndirangu. "I hereby issue warrant of arrest against Embu governor Martin Wambora, Jason Nyaga,John Njagi who all failed to appear here," the judge said.
Death is inevitable we can never run away away from it no matter how we try. However, it is a respecter of no man as it takes the lives of both the poor and the rich. If we could only bribe death then most of our loved ones would still be alive by now but we can never know when death will strike as it is unpredictable. It is indeed sad and heartbreaking as the Chief Justice David Maraga and legal fraternity has been thrown into mourning following the death of a nominee judge of Employment and Labor Relations
Egerton University VC and council members jailed after being found guilty for contempt of court. The VC ,Prof Isaac Kibwage and his 8 member University Council were on Thursday handed a 30 day jail term for contempt of court with an alternative of a sh 100,000 fine. Employment and Labour Relations in Nakuru found the team of senior University staff guilty of defying court orders directing them to produce evidence that the institution's finances were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gatundu South Member of Parliament Hon Moses Kuria has called for a constitutional amendment ahead of President Uhuru's exit from power protecting August polls aspirants from risking their jobs got campaigns. According to Moss Kuria, he has informed that there is a need to have changes in the law that forces public servants to resign first from their jobs before seeking elective positions alleging that it is not good at all.
We are currently trending on a hand to mouth lifestyle following the disseminated heat of Corona Virus. Therefore a single advantage,offer,grant or salary increment is must be treated so valuable. This morning has been one of the milestones moments to the Tuskys Supermarket employee after the retailer decided to refund recently implemented salary cuts to staff following interventions by unionised employees. The sources record that Tuskys supermarket had implemented salary cuts of between 20 and 30 percent
The judge of Employment and Labour Relations Nduma Nderi strongly defended his decision to award teachers 50 to 60 percentage Increment in 2015, maintaining that his decision helped stop the teachers numerous strikes.Nduma Nderi was being interviewed for the chief justice before the panel of nine judicial service Commission Members.
The Speaker of the National Assembly Moses Masika Wetangula has suspended the vetting of President William Ruto's principal secretary nominees. This is after the Employment and Labour Relations court judge ordered that the vetting should be discontinued until the case that is before the court is heard and determined.
Public Service Commission (PSC) has stated that the advertisement calling for interested and qualified Kenyans to submit their applications for consideration to the positions of the Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) position still stands despite the suspension of creation of the slot. The Employment and Labour Relations court yesterday suspended the establishment of the CAS position in President William Ruto's government after the Law Society of Kenya petitioned, saying that its creation amounts to duplicity with the duties of the principal Secretary and only posses wage burden to Kenyans.
The Employment and Labour relations court has struck out a request by Nyeri County governor seeking to stop the hearing of a case filed by deputy governor Caroline Karugu. The judge has since noted that the court has the jurisdiction to hear and determine the case which is a blow to both the Nyeri county governor as well as his County secretary Benjamin Gachichio.
The Employment and Labour Relations court has on Tuesday struck out a case that had temporarily stopped the process of vetting of the Principal Secretaries who have been nominated by His Excellency the Head of State President William Ruto. Justice Nzioka wa Makau had on Tuesday, November 15, 2022, suspended Parliament from continuing to vet the pass nominees pending the hearing of a lawsuit filed by the Law Society of Kenya (LSK).
Ruth Khatievi Kulundu's detention by the IEBC Deputy Commission Secretary responsible for operations has been halted by the Employment and Labour Relations court as reported by Citizen Digital. The decision to detain Kulundu on September 19, 2022 made by Marjan Hussein Marjan; the chief executive officer and secretary of the election commission has been put on hold by the court.
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.
The court of Appeal has directed all public servants seeking elective office to resign before the deadline set by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC). In their ruling, the three-judge bench made of Justices Daniel Musinga, Wanjiru Karanja, and Agnes Murgor directed the government officials to vacate office by Wednesday, February 9.
The court was shocked and left in disbelief when John Mwangemi who was recently appointed as the acting Manager director of Kenya Port Authority (KPA) revealed that he is also the Kenya's ambassador to Djibouti this left the court in a shock on how could a government official hold two plum jobs.
Death indeed is something else, it comes without knocking and never spare rich or poor. But too is bound to happen, for the Bible in Genesis 3:19 it say, by the sweats of your face you shall eat bread till you return to the ground, for out of it you were taken; for you are dust and to you shall return. It is indeed painful and sad as the Chief Justice David Maraga and legal fraternity has been thrown into deep mourning following the death of a nominee judge of Employment and Labor Relations Court Harrison Ogweno
On Monday, June 7, Uasin Gishu Woman representative Gladys Boss Shollei praised President Uhuru Kenyatta’s move of appointing 34 judges. While speaking to Citizen TV, she said it was the right thing for the president to appoint the 34 judges whose appointment had been kept in waiting for so long.
Following a petition where Advocate Samuel Chelongo had moved to the Employment and Labour Relations court to challenge the current Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe's decision to appoint Timothy Waema and Dorothy Atieno as the KEMSA board members. The Employment and Labour Relations court has today suspended these two appointments by CS Mutahi Kagwe pending hearing of the petition. Justice Hellen ruled and said, "This honourable court hereby issue a conservatory order staying the CS Health's decision to
High court has today delivered good news to hundred of workers at Kenya Medical Supplies Authority who were at risk of losing their job at the agency. The Employment and Labour Relation court has stop sacking of KEMSA Staff and replacing them with KDF and NYS personnel. According to the court KEMSA Staff should continue with their work until hearing of an application by Kenya Medical Practitioner and Dentists Union (KMPDU) on November 16, 2021.
Struggling retail chain, Tuskys Supermarket, has received a court's nod to lay off its employees in four branches in its bid to contain its operations. Justice M.Onyango of the Employment and Labour Relations court rejected a case filed by the Kenya Union of Commercial, Food and Allied Workers (KUCFAW), which claimed that the planned layoffs of 80 unionisable employees was unlawful and non-procedural. The 80 workers are stationed at the retailer's Mombasa, Kilifi, Nairobi CBD and Kitale branches. They were among
The former speaker for the Nairobi County Assembly Beatrice Elachi has been dealt a big blow from the Employment and Labour Relations Court. The court has denied to grant her prayers seeking to overturn a ruling to halt the impeachment of the Nairobi incumbent Governor Mike Sonko Mbuvi. Judge Byram Ongaya dismissed her preliminary objection to challenge a court order halting Governor Sonko removal from office. In the hearing Judge Byram ruled that, “In conclusion, the preliminary objection application dated