It is crystal clear from the nature of the relationship between an employer and his employees that the employer (master) has a higher bargaining power than an individual employee (servant). An individual employee can do little or nothing concerning his working conditions hence, the need for employee’s association
(Trade Union). Generally, employees have realized that bargaining collectively is the only medium of having a relative equal bargaining strength with their employer and that strike is a major weapon in the armory of Trade Unions (employee’s association) in demanding for an improvement of the working conditions of its
members. This article is aimed at ex-raying employees’ right to legal strike in Nigeria.