ASUU’s Chairman , Fagge To Be Sent To Prison For Disobedient

NATIONAL President of the Academic Staff
Union of Universities, ASUU, Dr Nasir Fagge may
be sent to prison for disobeding the National
Industrial Court.
Chairman of the Delta University Abraka, Prof
Abel Diakparomre had on behalf of himself and
the chapter dragged Dr Nasir Fagge and the
National body of the union to court for not
recognizing him as the duly elected Chairman of
the chapter.
The court had in the suit No. NICN/ABJ/44/2014
retrained Fagge and ASUU from conducting a
bye-election into the chairmanship position of
ASUU chapter, Delta State University Abraka or
appointing anybody in acting capacity.
In the order of interim injunction given by
President of the National Industrial Court, Justice
B. A Adejumo and renewed by the Presiding
judge of the Industrial Court sitting in Enugu,
Justice Auwal Ibrahim, the court said Fagge
would be guilty of contempt of court and shall be
liable to be sent to prison unless he obeys the
orders of the Court.
The National President, Dr Nasir Fagge had after
the election of Prof Abel Diakparomre barred him
from attending the National Executive Council,
NEC, and had appointed several persons to act
as Chairman of the branch but declined until one
Dr Emmanuel Nwafor who was elected in the
said election held on 12th February 2014 as
Investment Officer was appointed to act as the
branch Chairman against orders of the court.
Among orders of the Court was an order
restraining Dr Nasir Fagge “either by themselves,
privies, assigns, agents, surrogates, or other
persons or authorities claiming authorities from
them or any person whosoever from however
acting in anyway upon the refusal of First
Defendant to accredit the Claimant as Chairman,
Accademic Staff Union of Universities of the
Delta State University, Abraka Branch (ASUU –
DELSU) at the NEC meeting of Accademic Staff
Union of Universities and pronouncing the
Second Defendant as Acting Chairman,
Accademic Staff Union of Universities of the
Delta State University, Abraka Branch (ASUU –
DELSU).”
The matter which came up for hearing Tuesday
could not be heard due to the absence of the
presiding judge.

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