JUSUN Strike : Ogun Judicial Workers Comply With Union
All judiciary offices and court premises in Ogun state were under lock and keys as the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria members in the state complied with the directives of it national body to resume suspended industrial action till further notice.
The offices and court premises at Isabo and Sagamu road in Abeokuta when visited where diserted with only the security men at the entrances.
It was observed that a letter notifying the public on the strike titled twenty one day ultimatum were however pasted on the gates entrances of the judiciary complex and Isabo courts.
The letter quoted a communique of the union signed by the national secretary of the union Comrade Adetola that the twenty one day ultimatum issued to the Federal government to implement financial autonomy for the judiciary had expired following which members of the union are to resume an earlier suspended industrial action.
The memo dated first of April this year directed members to shut down courts and departments in all the states until further notice.
Businesses around the court at Isabo was affected as clients were sent back due to non sitting at the court and non present of Judiciary staff.