Kogi Judiciary Workers complies with NJC directive, resumes work 

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The Judiciary workers in Kogi State on Monday resumed work across the state, following the directive of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, (JUSUN), Kogi State Branch, suspending its six months old strike.

 

The union suspended its industrial action embarked upon in December, 2018. The pronouncement was made through a communique issued at the end of the union’s emergency meeting held on Sunday, 28th April, 2018 in Lokoja, the state capital.

 

The communique titled  “Suspension of Strike” and signed by Comrades Emmanuel Waniko and Sule Suberu, Chairman and Assistant Secretary respectively: reads in part “The union wishes to sincerely appreciate the members for their patriotism, resilience and their absolute support to the course of this struggle for the past four months in the face of untold hardship.

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” Fellow members, as you all know, various mediators, including the Kogi State Elders Forum, Traditional Rulers, the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Jama’atu Nasir Islam and other Government Representative agents, waded into, but could not resolve as the union and the government could not reach consensus.

 

“However, as you must have heard, the National Judicial Council (NJC), in their quest to resolve the impasse, sent a sub-committee to the state and, among other things, were able to wade into the matter with the view for amicable resolution.

Among other things arrived at are as follows:

 

“That the strike embarked upon on the 11th December, 2018 by Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), Kogi State Branch, be suspended to give room for further deliberation.

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“That a committee be set up between the Executive and the Judiciary to work out the modalities for the payment of salary arrears.

 

“JUSUN has considered the NJC as the apex body that regulates the conduct and administration of the Judiciary in Nigeria, and therefore has confidence in the Council that the matter has finally been put to rest.

 

“Also, in consultation with other Sister Associations in the Kogi State Judiciary, i.e the Magistrates’ Association of Nigeria (MAN) and the Association of Inspectors and Area Court Judges (IAJA) are also in agreement with JUSUN.

 

“Therefore, the strike is hereby suspended with effect from Monday, the 29th April, 2019.

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