Abuja court orders police commission to pay ex-workers' salaries

7/1/2022 8:09:00 AM

Abuja court orders police commission to pay ex-workers' salaries

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Abuja court orders police commission to pay ex-workers' salaries

The National Industrial Court of Nigeria sitting in Abuja has ordered the Police Service Commission to pay all accumulated salaries and allowances of 43 disengaged employees from 2013 when they were employed.

Justice Isele agreed with Ogala, noting that the workers were entitled to their salaries and allowances.He said the workers had the right to their wages whether they worked in the civil service or private sector.He said, “There is no doubt that the claimants were employed by the defendants. Strangely, however, the defendants did not participate in the entire proceedings even for one day in the course of the proceedings. The proofs of service in the case file tended to show that the first defendant (PSC) and the second defendant (Okiro) were always served, but they never appeared whenever the case was called or being heard.

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He said the workers had the right to their wages whether they worked in the civil service or private sector. He said, “There is no doubt that the claimants were employed by the defendants. He said, “Even though such an incidence that resulted in the shooting can happen, it could also be an intentional act from them for the purpose of sending a message. Strangely, however, the defendants did not participate in the entire proceedings even for one day in the course of the proceedings. They have threatened to do that before. The proofs of service in the case file tended to show that the first defendant (PSC) and the second defendant (Okiro) were always served, but they never appeared whenever the case was called or being heard. ”They have threatened to do that before. The Justice declared that the refusal of the defendants to pay the workers before terminating their appointment contradicted the provision of Section 10(3)(b) of the Police Service Commission Act, 2001, Rules 04102 and 130105 of the Public Service Rules, and the Police Service Conditions of Service paragraph 4. He said the government must be prepared to take full responsibility if they fail to act on time.

1 (c) and paragraph 4-2(e). There has been communication constantly but government is yet to take a decision. “I know what is in this crisis and that is why I keep emphasising that President Buhari must be prepared to take painful decisions, painful compromises if they are really committed to securing these innocent victims alive. He said, “The first and second defendants are hereby mandatorily directed to pay the claimants forthwith their first 28 days allowances and salaries, equivalent rank in the Civil Service of the Federation commencing from the date of their employment to when the claimants’ employment is properly determined in accordance with the provisions of the law regulating the claimant’s employment with the defendants.” Justice Isele ordered the defendants to comply with the judgment within 30 days. “With what we have succeeded in doing, the windows and opportunity we opened which there’s none hitherto, the government has the power to bring this to an end within three to four days. Tags: police commission Kindly share this story: All rights reserved. Cases of emergency such as this don’t require unnecessary bureaucracy. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from PUNCH.” “Cases of emergency such as this don’t require unnecessary bureaucracy. Cases of emergency such as this doesn’t require unnecessary bureaucracy.

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