Industrial Court Rules That Letter of Resignation Becomes Effective Upon Delivery

Industrial Court Rules That Letter of Resignation Becomes Effective Upon Delivery

agos –The Presiding Judge of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria, Akure division, His Lordship,Hon. Justice O. O. Oyewumi has declared the invitation letter sent to a former lecturer of Kwara State University Dr. Murtada Ahmad to appear before the University committee after resignation as unlawful and set aside the purported letter of dismissal dated 27th day of October 2017.

Court Rules That Absence of Ministerial Consent Rendered Lekoil 310 Acquisition Of OPL 310 Inchoate & Invalid

Court Rules That Absence of Ministerial Consent Rendered Lekoil 310 Acquisition Of OPL 310 Inchoate & Invalid

The
Federal High Court, Lagos Division has today, March 28, 2019, dismissed the suit
filed by Professor Fidelis Oditah, QC, SAN on behalf of Lekoil 310 Ltd and
Afren Investment Oil and Gas (Nigeria) Ltd, against the Honourable Minister of
Petroleum Resources asking the Court to hold and deem as granted, and valid Lekoil’s
2015 acquisition of participating interest of Afren Oil & Gas in Oil
Producing Licence 310.