By Sandra Umeh
The Nigerian Judicial Staff Union (JUSUN) said it will hold a nationwide peaceful protest on April 19 to further advance its demand for financial autonomy for the judiciary.
NAN reports that JUSUN launched nationwide industrial action on April 6, calling for the implementation of the financial autonomy of the judiciary.
While reaffirming that the strike would continue after the government failed to respond to its demands, the union urged its members to remain resolute despite the pressure.
The circular read in part:
“Please also be aware that following an emergency meeting of the JUSUN National Working Committee (NWC) on April 15, 2021,
“It is agreed that the union will organize a peaceful demonstration in the federal capital, which will be replicated in the 36 state capitals to follow up on our unrest, from April 19, 2021.
“Please note that if there are invitations to negotiations / talks, you must promptly inform Headquarters of the guidelines and representations in order to avoid disorder in the presentation of the facts.” (NOPE)
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