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JUSUN strike: Nnamdi Kanu reacts, says democracy can’t work without judiciary




Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, chief of the proscribed Indigenous Folks of Biafra (IPOB) has reacted to the extended ongoing industrial motion by the Judiciary Employees Union of Nigeria (JUSUN).


DAILY POST remembers that JUSUN launched into an indefinite strike on April 3 to demand monetary independence for the nation’s judiciary.

The motion has crippled the judicial system within the nation for over three months as all courts throughout the nation stay shut.

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Reacting to the closure of courts, the Biafra freedom fighter stated there can’t be democracy in a nation the place the judiciary is shut down.

In response to him, the rights of Nigerians have been suspended because the strike started.

Kanu made the comment in a tweet on his official Twitter deal with on Tuesday.

“A democracy features solely when the three arms are functioning. For nearly 2 months, the Judiciary has ceased to operate. Meaning your structure and civil liberties are suspended. The NASS barely features and the Nigerian authorities has succumbed to terror within the North”, he tweeted.

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