BREAKING NEWS: Court Delays Labour Strike By A Week

The National Industrial Court has stopped the Nigeria Labour Congress, Trade Union Congress from going on with their planned national strike over fuel pump hike.Nigeria-Labour-Congress

President of the court, Babatunde Adejumo gave the order on Tuesday, May 17 as FG and labour leaders continue to meet over reduction in fuel pump price.

Recall that over the weekend, organised labour and the civil society gave the Federal Government till midnight on Tuesday to reverse the increase or face an indefinite national strike.

Ruling on an exparte application filed by Abubakar Malami, attorney-general of the federation (AGF), Adejumo ordered parties to maintain the status quo until the hearing and determination of the exparte motion.

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He also directed the government to dialogue with the NLC towards an amicable resolution of their dispute. The case was adjourned to May 24 for hearing of the motion on notice.

Meanwhile, the two major unions in Nigeria’s oil and gas sector endorsed the price modulation mechanism adopted by the Federal Government to arrive at the new N145 per litre pump price for petrol.

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