Patterson Timba THE High Court yesterday nullified transactions made by three former Renaissance Financial Holdings Limited (RFHL) directors after they were fired in 2012, effectively reversing the National Social Security Authority (NSSA)’s controversial acquisition of the financial institution. High Court judge, Justice Owen Tagu, declared that the RFHL board of Christopher Chetsanga, Collin Kahuni and Monica Mukonoweshuro had been “validly dismissed from their directorship” of RFHL at an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) of January 25, 2012. He ruled that any business the three had “purportedly undertaken” on behalf of RFHL soon after the EGM was “null and void and of no force and effect”. Chetsanga and his board had, soon after their dismissal by shareholders, signed…