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HALIDU MUSA & 31 ORS
V.
THE GOVERNOR OF ADAMAWA STATE & 2 ORS

(2020) JELR 80456 (NICN)    
National Industrial Court of Nigeria  ·  NICN/YL/12/2019 ·  21 May 2020 ·  Nigeria
CORAM
HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE SANUSI KADO

Ratio Decidendi

Core Terms Beta
tenure of appointment of the claimants
1st defendant
affidavits exhibits
adamawa state
judgment of the court
claimants' individual letters
local government establishment
result of the action of the 1st defendant
claimants of their appointments
development area administrators
claimants
public interest
contention counsel
claimants' individual letter
national industrial court
justice of this case
originating summons
term of their appointments
vide exhibit 1a
condition of service
paragraphs affidavit
counsel
take home pay
claimants claim
court h. t. shabo
provision of section
ministry of local government
oral adumbration
counter claim
support of the originating summons
written address
office of the honourable commissioner
law
exhibit c
interest of the public
said law
claimants individual letters of appointment
support of this contention counsel
contract of employment
measure of damages
further sum
honourable court
oral argument
exhibit 1a
claimants of their appointment
claim
careful perusal of the said document
adamawa state ministry
individual term of appointment
together counsel

SANUSI KADO, J (Delivering the judgment of the court):

1. The Claimants took out Originating Summons dated 9th day of August 2019 and filed on the same day. The Originating Summons was brought pursuant to Order 3 Rule 3 of the National Industrial Court (Civil Procedure) Rules 2017 and section 6(6)(A) and (B) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999, (as amended). In the Originating Summons three questions were presented for resolution. They are:-

1. Whether by the provision of section 3 of the Adamawa State Local Government Establishment and Administration (Amendment) Law, 2017 and the tenure of appointment of the Claimants as contained in the Claimants' individual Letters of Appointments as Development Area Administrators dated the 25th day of September 2018, the 1st defendant was right when he relieved Claimants of their appointments on the 6th June, 2019, four months to the completion of their Tenure?

2. Whether having not completely served out the term of their app…

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