Hezekiah Solanke, Ibadan, National Industrial Court Of Nigeria, Ogun State, Oyo State

Hezekiah Solanke, Ibadan

Retired judge sues Ogun govt over non-payment of benefits

Retired judge sues Ogun govt over non-payment of benefits

10/2/2020 12:48:00 AM

Retired judge sues Ogun govt over non-payment of benefits

The claimant retired from service in February, 2017 at the age of 62 years.

Mr Solanke also said he had written a ‘distress letter’ to the 1st defendant (governor), following the nonpayment of his pension and gratuity.‘’The claimant’s retirement from service took effect from 4th day of May, 2017. From the 4th day of May, 2017,to 31st day of May 2017, the claimant is entitled to the sum of N1,185,152,39k. The reason was that three day is out of 31 days in the month of May, 2017,” the suit read.

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“That the defendants did not pay the claimant his monthly pension from 1st day of June, 2017 to 31st day of January,2018, a period of 8 months which is calculated thus; N1,312,133 .00k multiply by 8 months will amount to N10,497,064,00k,” it added.Prayers

The retired prayed the court to issue an order directing the defendants to pay the sum of N1,185,152;39k, “and an order directing the defendants to pay the sum of N10,497,064.00k owed him as pension for a period of eight months from 1st June to 31st January, 2018”.

He also wants “an order of court directing the defendants to pay the sum of N500,000 being the responsibility allowance deducted from the claimant’s pension monthly from 1st February 2018 till the time judgment is delivered”.“An order of the court directing the defendants to pay the sum of N150,395;00 being his accommodation allowance deducted from the claimant’s monthly pension from December 2018 till the time judgment is delivered.

“An order of court directing the defendants to pay the sum of N5, 414,220.00 being furniture allowance for a period of four years. An order of court directing the defendants to pay the sum of N47, 236,788.00 being the claimant’s gratuity due to him.ADVERTISEMENT

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