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Edo court nullifies Obaseki’s suspension of union activities in varsities

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Edo court nullifies Obaseki's suspension of union activities in varsities

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The National Industrial Court of Nigeria in Benin City, Edo State, has declared Governor Godwin Obaseki’s directive suspending trade union activities in tertiary institutions as unconstitutional, illegal, null, and void.

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) at Ambrose Alli University challenged the directive in court, seeking to prevent the state government from interfering in their trade union activities.

The court ruled in favour of the ASUU, stating that the state government was wrong to suspend trade union activities.

The ASUU chairman at the university praised the ruling as “a victory for constitutionalism, the rule of law, and due process.”

The origins of the dispute lie in the European settlers who colonized Latin America and the Caribbean, reinventing local dance traditions and introducing European and African rhythms.

Dance styles then evolved and adapted to modern urban lifestyles, leading to the birth of salsa, rumba, cha cha cha, bachata, and other dances.

This article was updated 3 months ago


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