By Ebere Agozie
The CJN made this appeal when it met with national and local JUSUN officials in its cabinet to explore solutions and ways to mitigate the impact of the strike.
Muhammad called on JUSUN to call off the strike as the process of forcing the state government to obey Ordinance 10 and various court rulings on the autonomy of the judiciary is underway.
“The involuntary victims of this strike are better imagined. It has spiraling effects, including on our children and on the federal judiciary, which is a lesser culprit.
“Usually I’d say I’ll talk to 36 state governors, which is like asking for their favors, but some of them would ask me to do ten favors in return.
“That is why, as a judge, it is forbidden for me to ask for favors.”
He said their chairman, Musa, had an accident on his way to attend the meeting with the CJN.
Musa, however, agreed to depose the fatherly counsels of the CJN before the meeting of the JUSUN NEC and therefore return to his lordship. (NOPE)
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