The National Industrial Court of Nigeria is a judicial institution
established in 1976 by the Trade Disputes Act (TDA) Cap 432, Law
of the Federation of Nigeria (LFN) 2004.The Court became functional in 1978...
...the bastion of Labour JusticeRead More
...established to resolve certain disputes arising from labour, employment,
industrial relations, workplace, etc, between parties using the process of mediation and/or conciliation. The Centre uses mediation and/or conciliation technique(s) to assist parties resolve their dispute and arrive at mutually acceptable agreement In less costly, speedy and efficient manner.
The court has exclusive jurisdiction in civil causes and matters relating to or connected with any labour, employment, trade unions, industrial relations and matters arising from workplace, the conditions of service, including health, safety, welfare of labour, employee, worker and matter incidental thereto or connected therewith.
Relating to, connected with or arising from Factories Act, Trade Disputes Act, Trade Unions Act, Labour Act, Employees' Compensation Act or any other Act or Law relating to labour, employment, Industrial relations, workplace or any other enactment replacing the Acts or Laws;
Hon. Justice Benedict Bakwaph Kanyip, PhD, FNIALS is the Hon. President of the Court.