Breaking! Court Restrains NLC From Embarking On Strike Over Fuel, Electricity Hike

Published On: September 24, 2020, 6:09 pm (1 month ago)
Author: Olusanya Akinrinola
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The National Industrial Court has granted an interim injunction restraining the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) their officers, affiliates and privies from embarking on any strike or stoppage of work from Monday September, 28 2020.

Justice Ibrahim Galadima said the order was pending the hearing and determination of the Motion on Notice.

The court also granted an order of interim injunction restraining the unions, their officers, affiliates, privies from disrupting, restraining, picketing or preventing the workers or its affiliates or ordinary Nigerians from accessing their offices to carry out their legitimate duties on the 28th September 2020 or any other date.

Justice Galadima made the order sequel to an ex-parte application filed by the Incorporated Trustees of Peace and Unity Ambassadors Association through their counsel, Sunusi Musa.

The court also granted an order compelling the Inspector General of Police and the Director General Department of State Services (DSS) to provide protection for workers engaged in their legitimate duties from any form of harassment, intimidation and bullying by the officers, agents or privies of the unions pending the hearing and determination of the Motion on Notice.

-- kima77same (m) at 24-09-2020 06:41 PM
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-- taypetdun (m) at 24-09-2020 11:03 PM
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no judicial independence in Nigeria, so operative court. It is a matter of  oga at the top order
-- Ijaya18 (m) at 25-09-2020 05:51 AM
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Does court injunction still exist in Nigeria? When FG and their security agencies does not respect numerous court injuctions served to them for the release of Sowere and others