Gladys Boss Shollei Profile and Biography
Gladys Boss Shollei is the former Chief Registrar of the Judiciary, a career advocate with nearly 20 years of experience and a Certiﬁed Public Secretary (CPS). She was sacked as the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary on the grounds of misappropriation of funds, insubordination, incompetence and engaging in sideshows.
Gladys Boss Shollei Education Background
Graduate student at University of Cape Town, master of laws degree specializing in maritime environment law
Graduate student at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, master of business administration degree
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Student at Kenya School of Law, post graduate diploma in Law.
Undergraduate student at the University of Nairobi,bachelor of laws degree
Gladys Boss Shollei Political Career
She is vying for the position of Women representative for Uasin Gichu county. She won the Jubilee Party primaries and she will be defending her position during the 2017 general election.
Gladys Boss Shollei Work Experience
Gladys Boss Shollei worked with Unep as an international waters consultant and taught the law of the sea at the University of Nairobi.
Gladys Boss Shollei, also, served as the Jessup International Moot Competition – the equivalent of World Cup for student lawyers – team coach. They appear before a mock International Court of Justice. Her teams took home the African Cup ﬁve times.
Mrs Shollei was the chief executive officer of the National Council of Law Reporting, where she is credited with setting up the infrastructure for online publications of all laws in Kenya and digitising all judgments since Independence, earning the institution recognition as an authority internationally and winning several awards.
She served as deputy chief electoral officer at the interim Independent Electoral Commission (I I EC).
Gladys Boss Shollei Sacking from office
Judiciary’s Chief Registrar Gladys Shollei has been sacked.In a media briefing, the Judicial Service Commission announced Shollei’s sacking, citing misappropriation of funds, insubordination, incompetence and engaging in sideshows.
“It is the unanimous resolution of the Commission that the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary is hereby removed from office with immediate effect for: incompetence, misbehaviour, violation of the prescribed code of conduct for judicial officers, violation of Chapter 6 and Article 232 of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 (and) insubordination,” JSC chair and Chief Justice Willy Mutunga stated.
He said the Judiciary stood to lose Sh2.2 billion from financial impropriety on which the allegations against her were based.
The Chief Justice noted that Shollei had admitted to 33 allegations in which Sh1.7 billion taxpayer funds had been lost or were at risk.
He added that her responses to some allegations which would cost the Judiciary Sh361 million were “mixed, flippant and flimsy, while denying 38 other allegations with a Sh250 million cost implication.
The Chief Justice said JSC had invited the Ethics and Anti-Corruption commission to do a thorough investigation “in light of the gravity of the issues” that informed Shollei’s sacking.
Earlier on, there was a deadlock as Shollei declined to respond to allegations against her when she appeared before the commission, citing impartiality.
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