COURT STOPS ORGANISED LABOUR FROM GOING ON STRIKE

The National Industrial Court (NIC), Abuja, has stopped the
Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union
Congress (TUC) from proceeding with a planned nationwide
strike action scheduled for November 6.

The strike action was scheduled to force the government into
fixing N30,000 as the new minimum wage for workers.

Justice Kado Sanusi granted an ex-parte motion restraining
the NLC and TUC from proceeding with the industrial action
until the determination of the substantive suit filed by the
Federal Government and the Attorney general of the
Federation (AGF).

Ruling on the main suit has been slated for November 8.

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