Group sues ASUU Over VarsityLecturers’ Strike

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Group sues ASUU Over VarsityLecturers’ Strike
Posted on: September 25, 2013, 03:46:45 AM
A group, the Registered Trustees of Golden Women of Integrity and Vision Association, has dragged the Academic Staff Union of Universities before the National Industrial Court over the ongoing lecturers’ strike in the nation’s universities. Others listed as defendants in the suit,
with reference number NICN/
Abj/242/2013, are the ministers of
Labour and Productivity, Education,
Finance and Justice as well as the
Secretary to the Government of the Federation. In the suit, the plaintiffs asked the
court to determine the legality of the
strike action by ASUU and whether or
not members of the union are not
bound by the policy of no-work-no-
pay and therefore not entitled to their salary during the period of the strike. They also asked the court to
determine whether members of the
union are entitled to continue to retain
their employment, having abandoned
their work in the universities, and
whether or not the union complied with the mandatory provisions of
sections 4 and 5 of the Trade Dispute
Act CAP T8 LFN 2004 before
embarking on the strike.







 

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