Workers stranded as JSC changes Shollei locks

October 22, 2013 7:33 am
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The employees working under Shollei arrived at the Supreme Court Building after the Mashujaa Day weekend holiday to find the offices inaccessible/MIKE KARIUKI
The employees working under Shollei arrived at the Supreme Court Building after the Mashujaa Day weekend holiday to find the offices inaccessible/MIKE KARIUKI

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 22 – The Judicial Service Commission has changed locks to the offices previously occupied by sacked Chief Registrar Gladys Boss Shollei, effectively locking out at least 10 employees.

Sources at the Judiciary said the employees working under Shollei arrived at the Supreme Court Building after the Mashujaa Day weekend holiday to find the offices inaccessible.

Shollei was sacked on Friday afternoon after a deadlock over her investigation by the JSC.

On Monday, she held a news conference where she accused the JSC of a witch-hunt, saying her sacking was premeditated.

She argued that her dismissal was unprocedural, and that she was never given a chance to defend herself.

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