High Court has put a halt to National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Board move to sack deputy managing director Geraldine Ssali.
Judge Steven Musota on Thursday said the board unfairly forced Ssali to go on leave ordering that court reviews the motives.
Ssali was forced to go on leave by NSSF Board chair, Patrick Kaberenge on March 9.
He also ordered the board to make an inquiry into what he termed as insubordination before taking disciplinary action against her.
Ssali instead filed an application at the High Court seeking interim orders to rescind the board’s decision and a judicial review on the matter.
On March 14, the High Court Registrar Alex Ajiji issued a temporary injunction reinstating her to office until the application challenging her suspension was heard.
The board too reacted by closing her office.
Yesterday, court reinstated her to the same office as investigations follow.