Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s office has failed to reach an out-of-court deal with his suspended advisor Miguna Miguna over the terms of his departure.Mr Miguna wants the PM’s office to publish an apology to him in the media and pay him his salary, allowances and benefits, the High Court heard on Thursday. But the PM’s office described some of the demands as “unreasonable and draconian.” Muthaura letter
The parties are unable to agree on the basis of the proposed settlement.
The contest is whether terms should be according to Mr Miguna’s appointment letter or on a letter allegedly written by Mr Odinga to Public Service boss Francis Muthaura.
The PM’s office prefers the former while Mr Miguna has stuck to the latter.Click here
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