Ministry of Health manager CS Mutahi Kagwe found guilty of hatred of court in an issue that included the exchange of two senior officers of the National Quality Control Laboratory (NQCL).
CS Kagwe who hazards a common prison term was seen as liable of disregarding a decision offered on January 31 that prohibited the exchange of the two officers except if fair treatment was followed.
CS Kagwe had tried to move Dr. Hezekiah Chepkwony and Dr. Pius Wanjala from the NQCL to the Kenya Medical Training College and the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital.
The court had before on proclaimed the transfer letters invalid giving Dr.Wanjala who was to be sent to the Moi Refferal Hospital greenlight to sue the CS for disdain of court.
The CS been called to show up under the watchful eye of the court on July 23 for condemning either virtualy or through his attorney.
In June, the Ministry of Health legitimate division blamed Hezekiah Chepkwony and Pius Wanjala for neglecting to create and execute a disciplinary strategy/set of accepted rules, and irreconcilable circumstance, individually.
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The team was additionally blamed for opposing exchanges from NQCL.
Further, Dr Wanjala was blamed for taking part in personal business while accepting compensation as an open officer in opposition to the arrangements of Article 77 of the Constitution and areas 9, 11 and 12 of the Public Officers and Ethics Act.
The issues return into 2019 when previous Health CS Sicily Kariuki requested the expulsion of Dr Chepkwony and his two delegates and fired the board.
The issue wound up in court, and saw the restoration of Dr. Chepkwony and his two representatives in January 2020.