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National industrial court begins Easter vacation April 15

The National Industrial Court of Nigeria (NICN) will commence Easter vacation from Monday, April 15 and resume on Friday, April 26.

Abia’s ex-Chief Justice Theresa Uzokwe challenges her compulsory retirement by NJC

The former Chief Justice of Abia State, Justice Theresa Uzokwe, has filed an appeal before the National Industrial Court, Abuja, challenging her compulsory retirement by the National Judicial Council.

Labour leaders shun meeting with federal government over minimum wage

Leaders of the organised labour have failed to attend the meeting convened by the Federal Government to continue negotiations on the national minimum wage for workers in the country.
The Organised Labour has insisted on embarking on a nationwide strike over the non-implementation of N30, 000 as the new National Minimum Wage, in spite of the National Industrial Court ruling in Abuja.

Minimum wage: Organised labour denies any court ruling, insists on strike

The Organised Labour has insisted on embarking on a nationwide strike over the non-implementation of N30, 000 as the new National Minimum Wage, in spite of the National Industrial Court ruling in Abuja.

National Industrial Court resumes after two months annual vacation

Activities resume on Monday at the National Industrial Court of Nigeria nationwide after its two months annual vacation.

NMA wants Nigerians to patronize pathology labs

The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has advised Nigerians to patronise pathology laboratories headed by qualified pathologists to avoid unpleasant consequences.

Court orders Adamawa government to pay N660 million to 659 sacked teachers

The National Industrial Court of Nigeria (NICN) on Thursday ordered the Adamawa government to pay N660 million to 659 sacked teachers by the Adamawa Post Primary Board.

Strike: JOHESU unaware of court order – chairman

The national secretariat of Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU) has said that the union was not aware of a court order directing its members to resume work within 24 hours.

Sacked Imo electoral boss drags Governor Okorocha, others to court

Imo State Government and Governor Rochas Okorocha have been dragged to court by the sacked chairman of the State Independent Electoral Commission, ISIEC, Barrister Amaechi Nwaoha, over his alleged wrongful dismissal from a tenured office.

Court orders Governor Fayose to pay N234m to Fayemi’s appointees

For allegedly disengaging them without following due process, the National Industrial Court of Nigeria (NICN) has ordered Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose to pay over N234 million to chairmen and members of statutory commissions appointed by former Governor Kayode Fayemi.

Fed govt, striking resident doctors agree new terms of settlement

After about 10 hours of negotiation, striking resident doctors in the country in the wee hours of Thursday signed a new Memorandum of Terms of Settlement with the Federal Government.

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