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The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has responded to accusations made by the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) that their proposed indefinite industrial action violates a court order.
In a statement released by NLC President Comrade Joe Ajaero, the organization dismissed the AGF’s claims and expressed concern for Nigeria’s legal and judicial system.
NLC clarified that the restraining order referred to by the AGF had lapsed due to non-diligent prosecution.
They also criticized the AGF for equating a restraining order to a perpetual injunction, stating that it would damage the legal system. NLC further highlighted that the court had refused to hear their response to the order.
The organization emphasized their commitment to protecting their fundamental human rights and rejected attempts to silence them.
They also reminded the AGF of the differences between the National Industrial Court and regular courts.
NLC concluded by asserting their status as a pan-Nigerian organization with a long history of patriotic struggle, stating that they do not need lectures on national interest or security.
This article was updated 2 months ago