Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Anambra State Judiciary workers suspend Indefinite strike

The Anambra state chapter of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) has suspended its indefinite strike.
JUSUN, who resumed its strike on Monday following breakdown of the agreement it reached with the state government on March which made it to suspend the industrial action as at then, again, called off the strike on Tuesday.
Speaking to newsmen on Tuesday, the State Chairman of JUSUN, Comrade Mark Ifezue, averred that the suspension was as a result of positive response the union received from the state government on the issue.

Following this development, our reporter who went round the state capital, reported that most courts in Awka which were under lock and key on Monday were subsequently re-opened yesterday.
Reacting to newsmen, the Chief Registrar of the state High Courts, Mrs. Doris  Ezeani , described it as a great achievement which would enable the state Chief Judge, Justice Peter Umeadi to carry-on with his goal delivery visit to prisons next week hitch-free.

Ezeani, it would be recalled, informed the public last Friday, that the state Chief Judge would visit Onitsha prison on 1st June; Aguata on 3rd June; and Awka on 5th June, during which some inmates shall regain their freedom on amnesty.



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