Labour Court okays vetting of procurement officers

Labour Court okays vetting of procurement officers

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The Labour and Employment Court has set aside orders suspending the vetting of procurement officers.

This means that the procurement officers will proceed on compulsory leave to allow investigations to proceed.

Earlier orders had suspended the directive that the procurement managers step down.

However on Wednesday, the judge found that Okiya Omtata failed to disclose that he had filed another petition against the appointment of Joseph Kinyua as Head of Public Service.

“Omtata failed to make full disclosure of material facts at the stage of ex-party orders.

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