ntel DATA JACKPOT!

ntel DATA JACKPOT!
TRIPLE YOUR DATA WITH ntel MORE PLANS!!!

Search This Blog

Sunday, January 8, 2012

NLC VS. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL COURT: NATIONWIDE STRIKE GOES ON






The address below was supposedly sent out by Nigerian Labour Congress NLC informing Nigerians that the strike is still on schedule, against the backdrop of a supposed court injunction that was gotten by the Federal Government at the National Industrial Court barring NLC & TUC from organising a Nationwide strike. No one in particular signed the address.

Dear citizens of Nigeria and all my friends it has come to my knowledge that the National Industrial Court made a ruling barring the NLC and TUC from embarking on the proposed nationwide strike. I will subsequently give you reasons why this is false;

Firstly, the national industrial court is not even a court of record as it is not a court recognised by the constitution, in fact whether or not it can even adjudicate on matters is still a bone of contention.

Secondly, a mass action is a non- justiciable matter I.e it is a matter that cannot be raised before any court of law, simply because whatever will be the cause of action falls under Chapter 2 of the 1999 Constitution and such issues are non justiciable. Even the supreme court cannot make a ruling on such an issue.

Thirdly, the preamble to the 1999 constitution grants absolute sovereignty to the Nigerian people; thus even if the above mentioned points are to be disregarded, the NLC being a representative of the Nigerian workers who in this instance are the Nigerian people, whereas made a decision to proceed on a mass action, No court except the court of Heaven can make a ruling stopping such an action.

Lastly I will leave you with a sound legal maxim
''lex non cogit ad impossibilia''
meaning the law cannot command the doing of the impossible; that is Mr Jonathan cannot inflict pain on the Nigerian populace and then rush to court and ask the court to command us not to react, it is against the law of Nature.

The strike still holds on Monday the 9th of January, 2012. Please pass on this message till it gets to Justice Babatunde Adeniran Adejumo of the NIC that he should not be used as an instrument of deceit against Nigerians.
Signed:NLC


This was sent before the Presidential address to Nigerians

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

BASE ON TOLL GATE FEE A REDUCTION CHARGING FEE SHOULD BE AT LEAST
N50.00 . A THREE (3) DAYS SELECTION OPTIONS MUST BE DETERMINED UPON NOT CHARGING BOTH COMMERCIAL VEHICLES AND PRIVATE VEHICLES AT TIMES WHEN PASSING THROUGH THE TOLL GATE.

FUEL SUBSIDY REMOVAL IS THE SECOND ASPECT TO LOOK INTO.A CHARGING FEE MUST BE AT THE RATE OF N100.00 OR LESS INORDER COPE WITH THE FUEL SUBSIDY STILL AT LARGE.

NOT EVERY ONE WHO CARTER FOR THEIR FAMILIES WILL BE ABLE TO COPE WITH THE SPECULATED PRICE INFLATED IF THIS CRISIS STILL AT LARGE BASE ON FUEL, NOT TO TALK OF FEEDING YOUR OR THEIR FAMILIES.