National Industrial Court
Bank worker challenges termination of appointment
A senior member of Ecobank Nigeria Limited has sued it before the National Industrial Court, (NIC), Lagos for wrongful termination of employment. The plaintiff, Gbite Mathew Adegoke is claiming N1.2 billion as damages and special damages.....
30 senior officers sue president, police for wrongful retirement
The officers sought the powers of the court to interpret certain parts of the constitution binding on the Police Service Commission and its retirement processes.
Retired officers drag Nigerian police, presidency to court
Thirty senior police officers retired in 2016, have challenged their retirement at the National Industrial Court, Abuja insisting the force was ‘influenced’ to retire them.
Exigency of enlarged jurisdiction for National Industrial Court over human trafficking, others
The vices of human trafficking and child labour seem intractable. As new laws are made to address those problems, the perpetrators appear to get more sophisticated in their unlawful business.
Stakeholders advocate alternative dispute resolution mechanism in justice delivery
The President of National Industrial Court (NIC), Justice Babatunde Adejumo, who was represented by Justice Kenneth Amadi, said the role of the courts in supporting ADR in industrial disputes is apt and important, considering...
Reconstitution of NDDC board is illegal, says Adegboruwa
Eminent lawyer and human rights campaigner, Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa has described the reconstitution of the board of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) as illegal.
Workers take Rivers gov to industrial court
Over 250 workers, whose the River State Governor, Nyesom Wike, ordered their salaries stopped since February 2016, have dragged the state government to the National Industrial Court of Nigeria sitting in Bayelsa State.