It's quite disapponiting that at this time Nigeria as a democrate state, habour law has been dealt with in an ignoring manner. labour law has been stepped upon and neglected by various law makers in the past decade in this country. Its a sad story when you see the ways some firms in this country treat their workers. At time the labour union has to go on strike before their needs are addressed. This have been a trend in characteristics of various governments in power since Nigeria got her independent. A typical example of labour law violation in Nigeria, is that of Globacomm and other telecomm company.One of the nation leading telecomm industry that refuse to settle or pay-off its RF-contractors outstanding debts since last year. This is an indigenious telecomm company with high and reputable standard. Yet,they found it extremely difficult to pay their RF-Engineers. Then tell me, is there credible and effective labour law in this country, and besides, dont we have ministry of labour that sees to the welfare of labour and productivity? Then what about the ministry of information, are they still folding their hands in respect to this situation, is there no monitary body that sees to the affairs of labours in this country, and finally is there somebody to stand up for this course?