Wednesday, 22nd March 2023
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National Industrial Court

8 Jul 2022
National Industrial Court (NIC), Lagos, has restrained Trade Union Congress (TUC) from holding its 12th triennial delegates’ conference or taking any further steps to hold it
23 May 2022
The National Industrial Court has fixed Tuesday to deliver judgment in an ex-governor, Jolly Nyame, and three others suit for non-payment of their pension benefit arrears.
3 May 2022
A lecturer, Dr. Albert Tobechukwu Nwamaradi, has filed an N1b suit against the Federal College of Education Technical, Umunze in Anambra State, at the National Industrial Court
19 Apr 2022
The National Industrial Court (NIC), Port Harcourt Division, has held that supply of human labour is not ‘simple contract’.
28 Jan 2022
The Supreme Court is to finally rule on a protracted suit by former employees of Zapata Marine Services Nigeria (ZMSN) Limited who are seeking $56 million payment by the defunct company
25 Jan 2022
The Benin Division of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria, yesterday, reinstated sacked workers of the Edo State College of Agriculture, Iguoriakhi and ordered
10 Oct 2021
The Oyo State Board of Internal Revenue has been urged to comply with the ruling of the National Industrial Court, Ibadan by reinstating Ogunjimi Busola Adebisi who was summarily dismissed
1 Oct 2021
The National Industrial Court in Port Harcourt has ordered the Rivers State Government to reinstates sacked 217 workers of the Ken Saro-Wiwa Polytechnic in Bori, Khana Council of the state.
30 Sep 2021
Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, yesterday, assured the judiciary of sustained cooperation and support to ensure that more citizens have access to justice, just as he applauded the judiciary for maintaining law, peace and order in the state.
18 Sep 2021
Peace is not yet in sight in the health sector as the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), yesterday, expressed dissatisfaction with the ruling of the National Industrial Court that restrained its members from continuing with the ongoing strike. 
17 Sep 2021
The National Industrial Court, Abuja, on Friday directed the Federal Government and the Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors ( NARD) to proceed with their applications
20 Jul 2021
Justice Nelson Ogbuanya of the National Industrial Court (NIC), Port Harcourt, has declared that foreign posting has security of tenure.


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© WHO/Benjamin Sensasi Tanzania has confirmed its first-ever outbreak of Marburg Virus Disease. (file) New York, USA, 22 March 2023-/African Media Agency(AMA)/Tanzania confirmed its first-ever cases of Marburg Virus Disease after conducting laboratory tests in the country’s northwest Kagera region, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a statement on Wednesday. Lab tests were carried out…
51 mins ago
The National Senior Citizen Center (NSCC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Federal Ministry of Health to create action plans for the provision of healthcare services for older persons across the country.
55 mins ago
Hearing in the case filed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) against Ali Bello and another over an alleged N3bn fraud has been adjourned till May 22, 2023, for the continuation of the hearing.
1 hour ago
The Labour Party (LP) candidate, Alex Otti, has been declared the winner of the Abia State gubernatorial election. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) announced on Wednesday that Oti won 10 of the 17 local government areas (LGAs) in the state and polled 175,467 votes in the Saturday, March 18, election. The Peoples Democratic Party…
2 hours ago
Since the end of military juntas and the return to a democratic system of government in Nigeria about a quarter of a century ago, six (except for the latest) presidential polls have so far been conducted. None of these elections was free of contestation. The outcomes were legally disputed and battled up to the Supreme…