Judiciary Workers Direct Members to Shutdown Courts Nationwide


The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) has directed her members nationwide to comply with the warning strike by the organised Labour to press home their demand for a new minimum wage.

President of JUSUN, Comrade Marwan Mustapha Adamu while given the directives in Abuja, said effective from Wednesday midnight, all courts in the country must remain close pending a counter instruction from the national Secretariat of the union.

“As an affiliate of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), all members of JUSUN are to stay back at home from Wednesday midnight , 26th September, 2018. Alao, all Courts are expected to remain shut until further directive from the national Secretariat of our great union.

” A committee in conjunction with the the NLC and other stakeholders was put in place to go round to ensure compliance with the directive”.

It would be recalled that the three Labour centres in Nigeria have issued a 14 days ultimatum for Federal government to reconvene the minimum wage tripartite committee reviewing the national minimum wage or face industrial action.

Source: Metro Daily Nigeria

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