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Judiciary workers threaten to resume strike Dec 1

Judiciary workers under the aegis of Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria have threatened to resumed their nationwide strike over alleged unwillingness of state governments to implement court judgment barring piece-meal funding of the nation's judiciary.

The union, which suspended its three weeks strike in July, took the decision to resume the industrial action at an emergency meeting of its National Executive Council on Saturday.

A communiqué jointly signed by the union's President, Marwan Adamu, and its General Secretary, Isaiah Adetola, was released to journalists on Sunday.

The union said it chose December 1 to resume the strike because it decided to grant the seven days requested by the stakeholders who assured the union's officials of readiness to implement the court judgment.

The stakeholders were said to have demanded the seven days at the last of the series of meetings held with the union on November 19.

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Ejinwa Anthony

    November 23, 2014 at 4:47 pm

    ain’t we all tired of everyday treat of strike abeg who ever is in charge of granting their request should do so please.

  2. ubesie chukwuebuka chidiogo

    November 24, 2014 at 7:23 am

    Strike everywhere if not NUT it will be another group, I think government should try and resolve all this issues is getting out of hand, is only in NIGERIA that I heard the Judiciary are on strike God help this country.

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