The appellant had been employed by the 1st respondent as Human Resource Executive. Sometime in February 2009, the appellant who describes himself as a “locked out and victimized whistle blower” brought some police officers to the respondent’s premises, without permission. The 2nd respondent claimed that the appellant threatened him when he asked why the appellant had brought police officers to the premises. The incident was reported to the Airport Police Station and the appellant was invited for questioning. He admitted bringing the police officers but was unable to give any reasons for his conduct. The appellant then proceeded on leave after the incident. Based on the appellant’s conduct, the 1st respondent wrote a letter to the appellant through its managing director terminating his employment. The termination was to take effect on his return from paid leave, on 4th April, 2009.
Meanwhile, the appellant had, while still on leave, filed a suit with six other emp…