I am not on trial, says Shollei
Judiciary Chief Registrar Gladys Boss Shollei addresses the Media at the Norfolk Hotel in Nairobi, on Sunday. Judiciary Chief Registrar Gladys Shollei has defended herself over the Judicial Service Commission’s investigations into her case, saying she is not on trial. Ms Shollei on Sunday said most queries raised by JSC touched on individual departments within the judiciary, and that she had directed officers concerned to respond to them.
I, therefore, have begun the process of issuing the queries to the relevant directorates, the tender committee and the internal audit office,” she told journalists at Norfolk Hotel in Nairobi. She said the queries raised by the employer touched on financial management, procurement and human resource management.
JSC’s investigations are geared towards unearthing suspicious financial transactions amounting to over Sh1.2 billion in various questionable deals transacted in the Judiciary over the past two years. JSC committees on Finance and Administration, and Human Resource Management summarised the allegations and handed over to the commission’s full committee on Tuesday last week.
Some of the questions Mrs Shollei has been asked to respond to include claims that she secured eight months’ advance salary amounting to Sh3.5 million between October 31, 2012 and November 21, 2012, charging the Judiciary Accounts instead of the Consolidated Fund.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The Daily NationSimilar Stories