WEST AFRICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS & ANOR
V.
CHRISTOPHER

(2018) JELR 38921 (CA)    

Court of Appeal  ·  CA/L/455/2013 ·  25 Apr 2018 ·  Nigeria
CORAM
TIJJANI ABUBAKAR Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria BIOBELE ABRAHAM GEORGEWILL Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria UGOCHUKWU ANTHONY OGAKWU Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria
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UGOCHUKWU ANTHONY OGAKWU, J.C.A.(Delivering the Leading Judgment): This appeal is against the decision of the High Court of Lagos State, Coram Judice: Onyeabo, J. in SUIT NO. ID/678/2005: MR. OLUWAFEMI CHRISTOPHER v. WEST AFRICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS and ANOR delivered on 26th June 2012. The provenance of the action is the dismissal of the Respondent from the employment of the 1st Appellant; consequent upon which the Respondent instituted the action at the lower Court claiming the following reliefs:

1) A declaration that the letter of dismissal from employment issued to the Claimant dated 18th July, 2003 is illegal, null and void because necessary and pre-requisites of due process of law were not followed and that by virtue of the illegal action of the defendants, the Claimants dismissal is null and void.

2) A declaration that by the nature of his employment as confirmed by letter dated 26th February 2003 and Staff Regulation for Condition of Service of the 1st Defendant he is entitled t…

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