[News] : Court orders NNPC to reinstate sacked worker

The National Industrial Court on Monday received the terms of restoration of Francis Johnson, a sacked laborer of the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC.

Equity Edith Agbakoba in her judgment likewise requested NNPC to offer Mr. Johnson another agreement.

Ms. Agbakoba’s judgment taken after the court’s appropriation of the terms of settlement supported by guidance to both sides in a suit organized by Mr. Johnson against NNPC.

At the continued hearing on Monday, petitioner’s guidance, Emmanuel Okaegbu, educated the court that the gatherings had agreeably settled the case out of court.

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“My Lord, the matter is for say today, in any case, we are exceptionally satisfied to illuminate the court that we have settled.

“To that impact, we have documented the terms of settlement; If my Lord be satisfied, we need to embrace this as the court’s judgment,” he said.

Chike Maduekwe, the respondent’s guidance, authenticated Mr. Okaegbu accommodation, saying: “we are glad that we didn’t squander the season of the court.

“We embrace this settlement as the judgment of the court,” he said.

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Equity Agbakoba, then requested the advice to embrace the terms of settlement for reception.

Responding to the settlement, Mr. Okaegbu told NAN that the petitioner had been offered another agreement with NNPC, including that the inquirer had additionally been reestablished.

“The determination of the court is that the court has acknowledged the terms of settlement,” he said.

Mr. Johnson had in August 2016 dragged NNPC to court and looked for an interval order to limit the respondent from offering impact to its letter of May 10, 2016.

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The letter tries to mandatorily end the petitioner’s arrangement from open administration with impact from August 26, 2016.

The court in Johnson’s movement ex parte limited NNPC from giving any impact to the letter which purportedly ended the administrations of Johnson.

The court then decided that the interval order would subsist pending the hearing and assurance of the movement on notice.


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