IMPLEMENTATION OF NGO REPORT HALTED AS DISPUTE RAGES.

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BY SAM ALAN.
High Court has put on hold the implementation of the Ombudsman’s report on NGOs board chairman Yusuf Fail academic documents.
Justice Odunga directed the Ombudsman’s office to file its response ahead of the hearing on December 14.

The NGOs Coordination Board chairman moved to court seeking the suspension of the investigative report.

Mahamed last week said that the court issued orders on October 27, stopping the office from investigating him and publishing the report.

He said the commission instead circulated the report which requires action against him, including terminating his employment and advertising his job.

The Ombudsman has declared NGO coordination board boss Fazul Mohamed unfit to hold public office on grounds that his academic papers are fake.

The agency also wants Fazul compelled to refund over Sh8 million, “being the net salary he has unlawfully earned during his tenure at the board”.

In a report published on Wednesday, the Commission on Administrative Justice also said that the NGOs boss should not be accorded any gratuity.

The proposal comes only weeks after Devolution CS Mwangi Kiunjuri sent Fazul on compulsory leave. The CS also dissolved the entire board.

But on October 24, the High Court has overturned Kiunjuri’s decision to suspend Fazul.

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