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Judges, Magistrates not on strike, they can deliver judgement – JUSUN




Hanging Judiciary employees in Cross River State say Judges and Magistrates are free to ship their judgments offered the judicial employees are usually not on responsibility.


That is because the judicial employees strike over monetary autonomy exceed two months throughout the nation.

Members of the Judiciary Workers Union of Nigeria, (JUSUN) had launched into industrial motion on April sixth over the non-implementation of the president’s directive on monetary autonomy for the third tier of presidency.

Chairman of the union in Cross River, Ebong Asanya throughout a chat with DAILY POST on Wednesday, expressed disappointment on the method the federal government and its functionaries have dealt with the problem of autonomy.

“The strike is over two months, we began on April 6, if judges and magistrates determined to ship his or her judgment, they’re free offering our members are usually not there, he mentioned.

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“If the judges can go all alongside to comb the courtroom or they will carry information, kind the judgment and different issues, she or he is free to go however our members is not going to be there.

JUSUN members are judicial employees, we open the courtrooms, we sweep, we clear varied workplaces, we supply information to judges and lots of different issues.

“So if judges can do all these issues which I’m afraid they can not, then let him go forward and ship judgment.

So far as judicial employees are on strike, nothing can change it, he mentioned including, “If we don’t get monetary and independence autonomy now, we’ll by no means get it once more” he burdened.

Judicial employees threaten strike over monetary autonomy

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