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We may resume strike again – JUSUN warns




Judicial Employees Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) has defined that it solely suspended the strike and never known as off, stating that it’ll resume if agreements usually are not met after few months.


DAILY POST gathered that the JUSUN strike which lasted for 2 months was suspended for employees to begin work on June 14.

However JUSUN Chairman in Cross River State, Comrade Ebong Asanya, stated on the finish of the Nationwide Government Council (NEC), JUSUN agreed to droop the strike.

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“At that assembly, we arrange a 5-man committee to observe the implementation of the settlement between the Governor’s discussion board and JUSUN.

The Chairman who spoke through telephone to our correspondent on Thursday regretted the lingering non-implementation of monetary and independence of judiciary.

“Nationwide Judicial Fee and Chief Justices prevailed on us to droop the strike contemplating the struggling of the folks.

“But when the implementation shouldn’t be adequately adopted, we might haven’t any search for different choices than to renew the strike.We solely droop it, to not name off,” he defined.

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