Kenya Cultural Center Governing Council Chair now faces jail term for contempt of court
The Father of the Moipei quartet sisters risks 6months jail term after he was found to be in contempt of court.
Nicholas Ole Moipei who is the chairman Governing Council of the Kenya Cultural Center is alleged to have illegally dismissed the institution Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Edwin Gichangi even after a court barred him from taking action pending court proceedings.
The aggrieved CEO,through advocate Charles Omanga moved to the Employment and Labor relations court where he expressed his discontent.
The court made the order On July 5th 2018.Gichangi moved to court on December 2018 seeking to to commit Moipei and Benson Kimoni who is acting CEO of the Centre to prison for disobeying court orders.
The court however did not find Kimoni in contempt.
Nairobi Milimani court,Justice Stephen Radido has directed that Mr Ole Moipei Nicholas appear in court for mitigation and sentencing on 8th July 2019.
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