The workers, Caroline Namara and Christine Kembabazi have written to the Kabale district labour office describing the termination of their services as unfair. Namara claims she was fired without notice while Kembabazi claims she was physically intimidated.
Edward Kiwanuka Ggwavu, the former Masaka Municipality Town Clerk, has filed an application before High Court seeking to freeze Masaka Municipality and district accounts over unpaid 800 million shillings costs.
Masaka High Court Judge Justice Oumo Oguli has ordered the district administration and municipal council to pay 200 million shillings to former acting town clerk Edward Kiwanuka Gwavvu for unlawful dismissal.
Kisekka contends that before censuring him on July 26th 2012, he was not given time to defend himself on the allegations against him and he was neither summoned to appear before any neutral tribunal appointed by the council.
unfairly sacked journalists from NBS radio last week have given the management of NBS radio one week to have dialogue or else seek redress from the human rights and journalists associations in the country.