Nigerian Gov’t Begs Judiciary To Suspend Strike

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The Federal Government on Monday, April 12, 2021, appealed to the Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN, to suspend their nationwide industrial action, which has paralyzed court activities in the country.

Chris Ngige, the minister of labour and employment, made this appeal in his office at a conciliation meeting between the Federal Government and the leadership of JUSUN.

Ngige reminded the judicial workers that like doctors and nurses, they were on essential duties and should not go on strike.

According to the Minister, the country cannot make progress economically and socially, when the laws of the country are not enforced.

Written by: Sdb Live News

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