By Watchdog reporter
Hope you remember the controversial directive by the Ministry of Public Service banning civil servants from wearing indecently at work places.
Well, a court Clerk identified as Namuwanga Rosemary has fallen victim after being suspended from duty on grounds of inappropriate dressing.
Namuwanga’s suspension came after when she was invited to the office of the permanent Secretary to the Judiciary, Josephine Muwonge to give her an explanation regarding non-payment of her salary and allowance for the month of July,2017.
According to Muwonge, the court clerk turned up dressed in a manner that does not portray a good image of the Judiciary and Public Service at large.
“In particular you were dressed in a very short and tight dress which by description does not fall within the generally acceptable standards of the establishment Notice No. 1 of 2017. A copy is attached for your ease of reference,” Muwonge told Namuwanga in a suspension letter.
“In accordance with the Establishment Notice named above , this is to suspend you from duty for a period of two weeks with effect from 21st September, 2017,” she added.