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by Onyekachi Umah,Esq.
(Tip 281)
DEADLINE FOR ELECTION PETITIONS TO BE FILED IN COURT.

There is time for everything under the earth. A loser in an election has right to go to court and challenge the outcome of an election. Such must be done within 21 DAYS after the date his election result was declared.

My authorities are sections 134 and 158 of the Electoral Act, 2010.

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DAILY LAW TIPS
by Onyekachi Umah,Esq.
(Tip 256)
“DURATION FOR COMMUNICATION OF INJURY BY WORKERS TO AVOID LOSS OF COMPENSATION IN ANY WORKPLACE IN NIGERIA.”

Employee, workers, staff, contract staff, permanent and temporal staff of any government or private sector are all protected and to be paid for injury/disease/death sustained because of their work. Where an employee has such injury he must communicate same to his employer through a manager, supervisor or agent in charge of the place of work within 14 days. Where such employee is dead, then his dependants must make the communication. The communication must contain the name of the employee, time and place of event as well as the nature and cause of same in simple language.
Where an employee or his dependants fail to make such communication, they are prohibited from making any claims for compensation under the Employees’ Compensation Act. The Board of Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund May still allow such employee/his dependants to make claims where the board believes that the employer of such employee is aware of the incident and has not been prejudiced and the employee sufficiently described his disease or injury.

My authorities are sections 4(1) and (4), 73 and 74 of the Employees’ Compensation Act, 2010.



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DAILY LAW TIPS
by Onyekachi Umah,Esq.
(Tip 169)
“Time To Oppose Cases Of Breach Of Human Rights In Nigeria”

Human Rights are golden and when breached the courts are often quick in entertaining such cases and giving justice. When a case is filed against you seeking for enforcement of fundamental human rights, you have 5 days from such day, to respond and oppose the case.

My authority is Order II Rule 6 of the Fundamental Rights (Enforcement Procedures) Rules, 2009.

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