Organised Labour Clarifies; no Court Order Stopping the Ongoing Strike


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The Organised Labour has clarified that it did not receive any court order stopping the ongoing nationwide strike that began on Tuesday.

According to reports, the Federal Government, the Attorney General of the Federation, and the Minister of Justice filed an ex-parte application praying the court to stop the unions from embarking on the planned strike.

The union accused the government of repeatedly flouting court orders, all the while, demanding strict adherence to judicial rulings from other institutions.

The labour leader has announced that once the unions receive a court order regarding the ongoing strike, they will consult with their legal team and make a decision accordingly.

Recall that the Nigeria Labour Congress and the TUC has on Monday ordered their affiliates to withdraw their services nationwide from November 14, 2023.

Written by: Helen Obih

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