Partakers of illegal strike are liable to N100k fine or six months jail term- Minister of Labor

Minister of Labor, Chris Ngige, says according to the laws of the land, anyone participating in an illegal strike is liable to a N100k fine or six months jail term. ‎He said this while speaking with newsmen at the end of the Federal Executive Council meeting in Abuja yesterday May 18th. He said:

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“If you embark on a strike that is illegal, if you don’t give 15 days notice especially if you are a member of essential service, you will be liable to a fine of N100, 000 or six months in jail. If we invoke it now they will say this is a ruthless government but they(labor) are going outside the law.

This is a change government and we want to bring everybody on board into a peace and orderly process”.

 

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7 Comments
  1. Kenneth says

    rubbish

  2. Deji says

    Hmm he has spoken

  3. hagoBOSS says

    Before now i never knew there is such a fine and prison sentence for offenders.

  4. Kelvin says

    What?.. Upon the suffernex

  5. Tosin says

    Niqqa’s., thats a mere word, qoute me riqht. He just say it for threatening

  6. Rots says

    Big lie..i jus hate apc

  7. yomighty says

    Anyome who is willing to join their strike should be ready to starve himself

  8. amazing says

    Lol. Find a means of resolving the crises and not issuing threats

  9. Abu says

    Good way

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