NATIONAL Industrial Court of Nigeria, Akure Division, has declared as null and void the letter of compulsory retirement dated 23, June 2016 but with effect from 8, June 2016 issued to Mr Vincent Omosigho by the authorities of the University of Benin even as it also set it aside.Read More
WORKERS of Charles Mekwunye $ Co, Chambers, have continued to savour recent legal victory at Supreme Court over the finality of judgement of the National Industrial Court, NIC.Read More
NATIONAL Industrial Court, sitting in Enugu has ordered the National President of Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Dr. Nassir Fagge to appear before it on March 15, 2016 to explain why he should not be committed to prison for disrespecting the orders of the court.Read More
NATIONAL Industrial Court, NIC, holding in Abuja, has restrained the Federal Government and 19 others including Distribution Companies, DISCOs, whether by themselves, their agents, proxies or privies, from winding up the Power Holding Company of Nigeria, PHCN, or liquidating its assets.Read More
ABUJA — Health workers in the country, have given Health Minister, Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu, 21 days to implement the judgement of National Industrial Court, NIC, on the 2009 agreement they had with the Federal Government or face an industrial action.
Justice B.A. Adejumo of the NIC had ruled in favour of the workers, operating under the aegis of Joint Health Sector Union, JOHESU, on the implementation of the 2009 agreement but dismissed their prayers on the National Health Bill.
In a letter to the Minister of Health in Abuja, weekend, JOHESU called on the minister to immediately commence the implementation of the NIC ruling within 21 days or risk a massive industrial action in the sector.
The letter entitled “Compliance and implementation of National Industrial Court of Nigeria, NICN, judgement in respect of suit No. NICN/ABJ/238/2012 delivered on Monday, July 22, 2013,” was signed by the JOHESU chairman, Dr. Ayuba Waba, and two others.
The letter read: “We urge your ministry to give life to the judgment by immediately complying with the ruling and decisions of the court within 21 days from the date of this letter.”Read More