#OBSCURELEGALFACTS BY AROME ABU

In Nigeria, employers are prohibited from establishing shops in a workplace for the sale of provisions to its workers, without the prior approval of the Minister of Labour and Employment.

No worker shall be compelled by any contract whether written or oral to patronise the said shop.

See Section 6(1) & (2) of the Labour Act.

Arome Abu is the Managing Partner of TCLP.

CAVEAT: Note that this information is provided for general enlightenment purposes and is not intended to be any form of legal advice.

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