NULGE conducts election regardless of courtroom order in Oyo

The Nationwide Union of Native Authorities Staff (NULGE) in Oyo State, on Tuesday, conduced an election to elect new leaders of the affiliation.

DAILY POST gathered that the election, which happened within the early hours of Tuesday in Ibadan, was carried out regardless of a courtroom order, which restrained the affiliation towards conduct of the election within the state.

Our correspondent learnt that the election of the brand new govt, which was held in a single day, was in whole disregard to a courtroom injunction that the conduct of the election needs to be placed on maintain.

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Investigations by DAILY POST revealed that the restraining order towards the conduct of the congress and election of the affiliation was issued by Justice N. C. S. Ogbuanya at a sitting of the Nationwide Industrial Court docket in Lagos.

It was issued based mostly on a case filed by Comrade Hakeem Ojo Oyewo over his “illegal and unexplained exclusion” as a candidate for the workplace of the state president within the election.

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The restraining order stays legitimate pending the listening to and dedication of the case.

It was gathered that some members of the affiliation within the early hours of Tuesday elected Comrade Ayobami Olusegun Adeogun because the President of the union within the state.

Adeogun, who spoke after his emergence promised to not disappoint the union.

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