7 Days After: Lacasera Yet To Recall 700 Dismissed Workers In Spite Of Court’s Order

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The management of Lacasera Company Plc has yet to comply with the order from the National Industrial Court’s ruling to recall the sacked 700 workers, seven days after.

This development was confirmed to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) by the Head of Education Department, National Union of Food Beverage and Tobacco Employees, (NUFBTE), Mr Mike Olanrewaju.

NAN reports that the management of Lacasera had on Sept. 14 dismissed 700 workers based on what it described as invasion of its premises by hoodlums.

The NIC had in its injunction restrained the management from sacking the employees and directed it to reabsorb them.

“The Lacasera management has not recalled the affected workers since the court gave the order on Sept. 17, but they are making efforts to settle issues with us.’’

Olanrewaju said the union would hold a meeting before taking any action, while it would also wait for the court to hear the case.

NAN

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