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Court Restrains NLC From Going On Strike

breaking newsJustice Babatunde Adeniran Adejumo, President, National Industrial Court of Nigeria today granted an order restraining the Nigeria Labour Congress(NLC) from going ahead with the planned strike slated for tomorrow to protest a hike in the price of PMS(Petrol).

The Judge in a lawsuit no: NICN/ABJ/179/2016 filed by the attorney-general of the federation, Abubakar Malami , ordered that the status quo be maintained pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice.

The case was adjourned to May 24.

On May 15, the labour issued a communique to embark on industrial action if the government does not revert to the old pump price of petrol by the midnight of Tuesday, May 17.



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