A move by President Uhuru Kenyatta to sack Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor Prof Wainaina has been managed a pass up the Employment and Labor Relations Court.
This is after the court, restored Prof Wainaina to his situation after he was suspended for declining to surrender a piece of Kenyatta University’s property to the State for a proposed improvement project.
Equity Jacob Gakeri on Tuesday, July 26, gave the transitory request excepting the suspension of Wainaina and coordinated the case be put under the watchful eye of any adjudicator on July 28 for bury parties hearing.
“Forthcoming hearing and assurance of this application between parties, this good court is satisfied to give a brief request suspending the execution of the choice contained in the letter dated July 12 by Professor Crispus Kiamba in all suspending, ending or potentially excusing the solicitor from the Office of the Vice-chancellor, delivering his position empty as well as renouncing his compensation,” he dominated.
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His legal counselor Manwa Hosea had requested that the court issue a center request suspending the choice contained in a letter dated July 12, by Professor Crispus Kiamba that suspended the VC and designated Prof Waceke Wanjohi in an acting limit.
Hosea further asked the court to give orders notwithstanding the ad of the place of Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor forthcoming the conference and assurance of the matter.
Further, Hosea begged the court to stop the execution of the new college’s committee choice that suspended Prof Wainaina over supposed ridiculous unfortunate behavior and disobedience.
Prof Wainaina reinstatement
Prof Wainaina, through his legal counselor, documented a request looking for the court’s organization excepting the implementation of the orders gave by Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua contending that the end of Prof Wainaina’s work was a save of the University Council.
“The Head of Public Service keeps on acting in a way that totally spurns the arrangements of the law on the freedoms of the candidate and keeps on breaking his entitlement to fair work rehearses,” Hosea told the court.
“An unfairness has been executed upon the candidate thus and this noteworthy court ought to cure the expressed foul play by the Head of Public Service by earnestly remaining the upbraided suspension,” he added.
This comes in the midst of a reaction by President Uhuru Kenyatta who got down on the college the board for contradicting plans to surrender part of the foundation’s property to the World Health Organization to fabricate the Ksh600 million crisis center point that would cater for its provincial tasks.