viagra sale stomach http://creativecommons.org/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/plugins/awaitingmoderation.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Nkwasiibwe through his lawyers of Bakanyebonera and company advocates had dragged the Kigezi diocese to Labour Office after giving him a termination letter on February 7, viagra approved 2014 accusing him of failure to pay Shs 7500 which he insists was paid in 2012.
Nkwasiibwe noted that after a long battle at the district Labour Office, the diocese accepted to compensate him his 9 months’ salary totalling to Shs 7m which was withheld but would later be paid in 2 phases before the end of May 2014.
Represented by the diocesan secretary Rev Obed Turihohabwe, through their lawyer Rev. Ezra Bikangiso of Bikangiso and company advocates, the diocese pleaded to the complainant to settle matters out of court which the complainant accepted.
Rev. Bikangiso who represented Nkwasiibwe says that the board of Rugarama hospital did not give a fair hearing to his client before sacking him and they were determined to continue to High Court but when the diocese pleaded, they changed their minds and accepted to compensate him by end of May.
Nkwasiibwe has worked at Rugarama hospital for over 13 years but was shocked when he received a letter terminating his contract and ordering him to hand office by February 21, 2014.