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JUSUN accuses Governors of attempt to truncate democracy

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The Judiciary Workers Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) Cross River State department has accused state governors of alleged try and truncate democracy.

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Chatting with DAILY POST in Calabar, Cross River State capital, the State Chairman of JUSUN, Comrade Asanya Ebong regretted the motion of the state governors over the non-implementation of economic autonomy to judiciary.

“The Governors’ refusal to adheard to and implement the Government order 10 signed by the President which approved monetary autonomy of judiciary is an try and truncate democracy

“The Judiciary Workers Union of Nigeria met on the State Judiciary Headquarters with the Management of Nigeria Bar Affiliation Calabar, Ogoja and Ikom branches and their members have been with us on solidarity,” he stated

Consequently, JUSUN stated that to be able to compel the Governors to see causes they launched into a protest.

It was leant that the protesters have been obtain by the state deputy governor, Prof Evara Esu who was given a protest letter by the Chairman of the Nigeria Bar Affiliation, Bar Paul Ebiala for onward supply to the Governor, Prof Ben Ayade who was not accessible when the protesters visited.

JUSUN accuses Governors of try and truncate democracy

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