The court, in suit number NICN/IB/85/2019, also affirmed the election of Comrades Kunle Olayeni, Kunle Ewuoso and Abiodun Taiwo as validly elected Vice Chairman, Secretary and Assistant Secretary of the union respectively.
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Delivering judgment, Justice Benedict Kanyi, also directed that the claimants be paid N576,720 each, being the judgment sum of N1.7 million, which was their unpaid salary arrears.
The suspended staff member, Dr Charles Alfred, filed the N50 million in damages suit challenging his expulsion, suspension and non-payment of salaries.
The other co-defendants in the suit are the Chief of Army Staff, Chief of Defence Staff, Minister of Defence and the Nigerian Army Council.
Ogundipe was removed by the university’s Governing Council on August 12.
Olonisakin may be committed to two years imprisonment on the order of the court if found guilty of the contempt charge
The National Industrial Court, Abuja on Wednesday ordered the Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc to pay its Head of Internal Audit, Sambo Abdullahi, his salary, emoluments and other entitlements within 30 days.
The National Industrial Court, Abuja has dismissed the suit of ex-Adamawa State Governor, Bala Ngilari, for payment of pension and other benefits for lack of proof.
The claimants, represented by Chief Olusesan Bankole, told the court that his clients were challenging the legality of the election purportedly held into the various positions of the NURTW in Ogun State
The claimant is also seeking N500 million as general damages against the defendants for the emotional and psychological trauma he allegedly suffered as a result of his removal from office
Justice Edith Noelita Agbakoba of the National Industrial Court, sitting in Abuja, has ordered multi billionaire businessman and Publisher of National Mirror newspapers, Jimoh Ibrahim, and his companies to pay N100,000 as cost for filling their responses out of time to the suit filed by his employees.
Eight permanent secretaries reinstated by the National Industrial Court after their sack by the Rivers State Government have called on Governor Nyesome Wike to assign them portfolios.
The Court rejected the claim of the Nigerian Army that the Colonel ought to serve 18 years only in the military
The court had on the instruction of Justice Olufunke Anuwe availed parties with the new date in Abuja.
Justice Oyejoju Oyewumi held that the court adopted two issues in order to determine the matter.
The claimants, Nwachukwu Nnabugo, Okorie Victor, Olowo Sola, Lawrence Esene, Tina Byanyiko and Ezekwuere Akolam approached the court for a declaration that the cancellation of their employment was wrongful, illegal, null,void and gross violation of civil service rule.
The National Industrial Court, has been informed that the discussion on an out of court settlement in the suit filed by a former Assistant Inspector-General of police, Mbu Joseph Mbu, against the Police Service Commission against his compulsory retirement, was still on going.
The National Industrial Court, Kano has fixed May 27 for further mention in the case filed by 237 Secondary Schools teachers over their wrong disengagement by the Katsina State Government.
Gabriel Omonijo, Chairman, Academic Staff Union of Universities, Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State has dragged the institution’s management before the National Industrial Court in Akure, Ondo State over his indefinite suspension.
The National Industrial Court, Abuja has dismissed a suit filed by the National Insurance Commission against the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria, NAICOM branch, for lacking in merit.