Court stops LSK President Havi from conducting AGM to expel CEO Mercy Wambua

LSK CEO Mercy Wambua

 

LSK CEO Mercy Wambua sues to suspend her president Nelson Havi from planning a special AGM to expel her from office.


The court directed Havi not hold a special AGM.


The Employment and Labor Relations Court gave orders restricting Havi and his agents from assembling on Saturday, saying the move would disrupt Wambua’s rights.


Havi had written to Wambua's deputy to prepare the AGM and among the agenda to be addressed was initiating a recruitment for Wambua’s replacement.


The fight for power of the society began in September when LSK’s council barred Wambua on allegations of gross misconduct and abuse of office.

The council decided in a 9-3 vote 30 days later to reinstate her.


Havi with two other council members that Wambua is no longer the LSK CEO, often referring to her as “the former secretary.”


But in the case by judge Justice Nzioka Wa Makau, Wambua protests that Havi and his agents have been irritating her through a litany of letters, social media posts and media records in a battle to slander her with falsehoods and breach her rights.


An inter-parties hearing is scheduled for December 4.

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