The Board of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) has broken down the Nigeria Civil Service Union (NCSU), FIRS Unit.
Mr Abdullahi Ahmad, the FIRS Director, Communications and Liaison Department spread the word about this in an assertion in Abuja on Sunday.
Ahmad clarified that the association whose leaders were comprised of ranking staff of FIRS, was broken down in an authority declaration coursed to all staff.
He said, “In accordance with Gazette No. 6 Vol 65 dated February 8, 1978 and National Industrial Court Judgment dated June 27, 1995, it’s prominent that the activities of Nigeria Civil Service Union (NCSU) FIRS Unit as it’s comprised today in FIRS is viewed as illegal.
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“There are not, at this point any lesser staff framework representatives in the help. There is appropriately no lawful or other premise at all for the proceeded with presence of a lesser staff unit association in FIRS as the framework of staff it is considered to cover don’t exist inside the organisation.
“A letter from the Federal Ministry of Labor to the Head of Service of the Federation dated nineteenth Feb., 2015 affirmed the above position in straight out terms.
“This position was affirmed in the Judgment of the National Industrial Court – NCSU versus ASCSN (2004) 1NLLR Part 3, 427.
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“The FIRS Board at its Meeting No. 30 hung on the 24th June, 2021, in this way, coordinated that, taking into account things 1 and 2 over, the exercises of NCSU FIRS Unit in the Service are consequently viewed as illegal.
“And the Union is thusly restricted with quick effect.”