National Social Security Fund [NSSF] deputy Managing Director Geraldine Ssali was on Monday blocked from entering her office at the Workers House even after court had reinstated her.
NSSF management said in a statement that Geraldine was denied entry at about 10:30 am in the morning when she tried to access her office.
“She had not yet complied with the pre-conditions for her reinstatement agreed between herself, the Fund and the Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development.
On May 9, 2016, in a letter to the NSSF board chairman, the minster issued directives on how to resolve disputes following the court’s permission for him to drive an out of court settlement.
As a precondition for her reporting back to her office, to which she agreed in meetings held with the minister on May 9, Geraldine is required to withdraw all cases she filed against the Fund.
“As of this morning May 16, when she attempted to report to work, she had not complied with the precondition agreed with the minister,” the Fund said in a statement.
It said neither Geraldine’s lawyers have filed any withdrawal documents in court.
“In the meantime, the Fund through its lawyers has shared a draft consent order with her through her lawyers and so far a response is still outstanding.”
The statement said by a one Richard W. Wabwire says Geraldine with not be allowed back into her office unless she complies as agreed with the minister.