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Maurice Adongo Anyango v. Kenyatta International Convention Centre

(2018) JELR 99199 (CA)

Court of Appeal  •  Civil Appeal 324 of 2017  •  4 May 2018  •  Kenya

Philip Nyamu Waki, Daniel Kiio Musinga, Milton Stephen Asike Makhandia



The appellant, “Maurice Adongo Anyango”, was first employed by the respondent “Kenyatta International Convention Centre” as a Procurement Assistant on 30th November 2005. He was employed on permanent terms and initially earned a monthly salary of Kshs.26,320 plus house allowance of Kshs.11,280. He faithfully carried out his duties and was on 23rd June 2015 promoted to the position of Assistant Manager and further to the Acting Procurement Manager. On 23rd June, 2015, the appellant was appointed the respondent’s secretary to the Tender Committee. However, on 21st January 2016, he was surprisingly served with an interdiction notice as well as a show cause letter by the respondent’s Management Board over investigations the latter had undertaken regarding procurement improprieties and which it claimed to have established some irregularities. Following his response to the letter, disciplinary proceedings were commenced against him. He appeared and defended himself rega…

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