The Nigeria News Agency (NAN) reports that the officials came from NBA branches in Ado-Ekiti, Ikere-Ekiti and Ikole-Ekiti.
The governor, who was represented by his deputy, Chief Bisi Egbeyemi, described the JUSUN strike as not too good for the system.
According to him, dialogue, involving all stakeholders, remains the best option to resolve all the problems on the ground so that justice can move forward.
The governor also assured the NBA of his administration’s commitment to achieving its goal of defending human rights and promoting the rule of law in the state.
Speaking on behalf of the three branches, NBA Branch Ikere President Ms Kikelomo Owolabi said the sanctity of the judiciary has been weakened by the lack of financial autonomy and independence.
Owolabi also urged the governor to rally his colleagues in the NGF to promote the independence and financial autonomy of the judiciary and respect for the constitutional principle of the separation of powers.
The NBA chief regretted that judicial activities in the country were founded due to the national strike by court workers. (NOPE)
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