Judiciary speak up on driver who threatened to kill judge

Judiciary speak up on driver who threatened to kill judge

Following an audio that went viral all over social media platforms were Mr Kisambira Stanley claimed that he receives Shs 200,000 as his salary and the same amount for his allowance per quarter.

However the judiciary administration on Monday cleared up and said they were offering guidance the complainant on how best to address his concerns.

“ while it is true that salaries of non judicial staff are low like for workers in other institutions the judiciary management has made interventions to bridge that gap. This is to reassure all staff of the judiciary that everything is being within the laid down legal precincts to further address their welfare concerns,”reads part of the statement.

The judicial management added that though the approved salaries of drivers may be inadequate, they are inline to resolve all the allowances for all non judicial staff including drivers to be enhanced inline with CSI No.6 of 2018 on duty facilitation allowance.

In regardless of one’s payment, management said every staff member will benefit from health insurance services.

The criticism over salary arrears and allowances in the judiciary is coming to light barely a week after Pte Wilson Sabiti shot and killed Col. (rtd) Charles Okello Engola reportedly over stress that accumulated from financial difficulties.

In line Mr Kisambira has been working for the judiciary for a period of 15 years and can do harm to others if his case isn’t addressed well.