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CJN urges JUSUN workers to end strike action

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Tanko Muhammad, has met with the national and local officials of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN, in his Supreme Court chamber to explore solutions to the ongoing strike by the Judicial workers.

A statement by the Special Assistant to the CJN on Media and Publicity Strategy, Malam Ahuraka Isah, indicates that the CJN asked JUSUN to call off the strike while the process of making the state governments obey the Executive Order Ten and various court judgments on the autonomy of the Judiciary, is being implemented.

The National Treasurer of JUSUN, Mr Jimoh Musa, who led the delegation on behalf of the President of JUSUN, Mr Marwan Adamu, said out of the 19 members of the National Executive Committee of the union, only three were present.

Mr Musa said the Union’s president was involved in an accident on his way to attend the meeting with the CJN.

Ifeoma Nwovu

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