By Sania Babirye
The executive Director of Kampala Capital City Authority( KCCA)Jennifer Musisi has been summoned by the high court in Kampala on allegations of illegally terminating an employee without paying his 1.9 nillion shillings in emoluments in 2012.
According to documents before court Musisi is being sued by a one Patrick Kisoke a former clerical clerk with the dissolved KCC.
Kisoke claims that he worked as the Kampala City Council clerical clerk from 1999 until July 2012 when his services were terminated by Kampala Capital City Authority on grounds that his office had been abolished by the new statute.
Kisoke however is alleging that his termination was irregular because his letter was backdated to read that the defunct KCC had retired him and therefore he is a stranger to KCCA yet in actual sense he is sure that the office of the clerical clerk is still in existence.
Kisoke is now accusing the Executive Director of having a personal grudge against him to the extent of even refusing to instruct the public service ministry to process his retirement benefits.
The high court deputy Registra Sarah Langa has now given Musisi and the attorney General 15 days within which to file their defense.