The company had on September 14 sacked 1300 workers over the alleged invasion of the premises by hoodlums.
The company had before the incident filed a motion at the National Industrial Council (NIC) where the union also took the case to.
After hearing the matter, the court granted the union its plea for an Order of Interim injunction restraining the management from terminating the appointments of the workers till the determination of the suit.
The court decision signed by the honourable judge, O.A. Obaseki- Osaghae, however directed that all parties to “maintain the peace and take no action that will lead to a breakdown of law and order”.
The case was adjourned to Oct. 19 for hearing of the two pending motions.