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We will deduct one week from your June salaries – Wike tells judiciary workers




Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike has stated the state authorities will impact the ‘no-work-no-pay’ coverage on judiciary staff for the primary week of june.


This announcement is coming shortly after the Judiciary Workers Union of Nigeria known as off its nationwide strike which lasted for 2 months.

Recall that Governor Wike had final week threatened to implement the coverage on the Rivers State judiciary staff for refusing to renew work, after he claimed that his administration had already commenced the implementation of the monetary autonomy for the judiciary arm of presidency.

JUSUN: Rivers staff withdraw from nationwide strike

The Nationwide management of JUSUN, nevertheless, introduced the suspension of the strike on Wednesday after a gathering with the Chief Justice of Nigeria.

Whereas commending the JUSUN members for suspending the economic motion, the Governor stated he had directed the state “Accountant Basic of the State to not pay judiciary staff for the primary week of June through which the ‘no-work-no-pay coverage’ was in drive.”

In an announcement issued by his media aide, Kelvin Ebiri, Governor Wike stated the motion adopted the refusal of the judiciary staff to conform along with his directive for them to name off the motion earlier than the start of June.

“Rivers State authorities is in full assist of monetary autonomy of the judiciary and has been implementing identical. We have now said earlier than that we’re not going to arrange any funds monitoring committee within the State as a result of it’s pointless” the assertion learn partially.

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