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JUSUN blasts Accountant-General, Attorney-General, Auditor-General over prolonged strike

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The Chairman of Judicial Workers Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), Cross River State department, Comrade Asanya Ebong, has accused the Legal professional-Common, Accountant-Common and Auditor-Common of the Federation for being answerable for prolonging the strike motion embarked upon by the judiciary staff within the nation.

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Talking with DAILY POST on Friday, Comrade Ebong, regretted the actions of the highest authorities functionaries, noting their failure to implement the manager order 10 signed by President Buhari and respect the 1999 structure as amended

Ebong accused the federal government functionaries for the position they performed in not imposing President Buhari’s directive, stating that such motion was disrespectful to the workplace of the President and so they officers must be sanctioned or compelled to resign honourably.

His phrases, “The strike now we have embarked upon is to tell Nigerians that they’re practising selective justice and selective respect to the regulation.

“Everyone knows that another association or regulation that’s not in keeping with that structure to the extent of such inconsistency is null and void.

“We’re agitating for the respect of that floor norms, the respect of the structure which is why we’re on strike, similar to each different proper pondering Nigerian would need to do, they’re unvoiced folks, folks we expect by this strike are struggling, we’re combating for the liberation for tomorrow.”

“We’re all struggling however what I stand to say is that every one these present that there’s nonetheless darkness and on the finish of the tunnel, there may be mild. Like now we have heard, if the political class actually imply nicely and are patriotic to Nigerians, which they aren’t, any individual that’s patriotic to Nigerians, such an individual should respect the regulation it doesn’t matter what anyone says.”

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