JUST IN: Lagos JUSUN Resumes Partially

  • The judiciary workers had embarked on a nationwide strike to protest non-implementation of financial autonomy of the judiciary

The Lagos Chapter of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) has decided to resume partially.

It said the decision to go back to work was based on a meeting with stakeholders during which 70 per cent of their demands were met.

Chairman, JUSUN Lagos Chapter, Asiwaju Shobowale Kehinde, confirmed their axillary demands are being speedily looked into and results manifesting.

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JUST IN: Lagos JUSUN Resumes Partially

He said they had many interactions on the industrial action with State chairmen especially from the southwest, Southeast and south south regions.

He noted it was only Lagos State Government that has shown concerns with the JUSUN struggle.


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Shobowale said judicial workers in Lagos have resolved to be on strike on Mondays and Tuesdays and open the courts between Wednesdays and Fridays.

More to follow…

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