By Eric Ikhilae, Abuja
Leaders of the Judiciary Employees Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) have resolved to maintain their over one- month outdated strike regardless of name by Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Ibrahim Muhammad, that the strike be known as off.
Justice Muhamad had, after assembly with the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige on Tuesday, urged the placing court docket employees to finish their motion to permit for additional negotiations over implementation of economic autonomy for the Judiciary.
Rising from it Nationwide Government Council (NEC) assembly in Abuja on Wednesday, the union recommended the CJN, Ngige and others for his or her interventions however resolved to maintain the commercial motion.
In a communiqué signed by the Nationwide Deputy President, Comrade Emmanuel Abioye and Basic Secretary, I. M. Adetola, JUSUN vowed “to proceed with the continuing industrial acton till the supply of the structure in competition is totally complied with because the provisions of the structure are non negotiable.”
It resolved to “take care of any state discovered not totally complying with its directive on the continuing strike motion whereas commending members to stay resolute.”
The union warned that no member of any department or chapter of the union must be victimised on account of this ongoing strike.
JUSUN frowned on the conduct of some state Chief Judges, who it famous, had been uncooperative and dealing in opposition to the trigger the union was combating.
“NEC-in-session frowns on the angle of some state Chief Judges on their anti-constitutional disposition on the complete implementation of the monetary autonomy of the Judiciary.”
It condemned the choice by the Kaduna Governor, Nasir El-Rufai to declare the President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) Ayuba Wabba needed.
The group mentioned it was sad with “the continued anti-labour disposition of the Ebonyi State Governor, Dave Umahi and due to this fact calls for for fast fee of the withheld August 2020 wage and launch of verify off dues accruing to the union.”