Judiciary workers resume work after two month strike

Members of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) have resumed work after two months of strike over refusal of state governments to grant financial autonomy to the judicial arm of government in their respective states.

The move is sequel to the decision of the leadership of the union to suspend the action on June 9 after some agreements were reached with the governors.

Activities were low key at the Federal High Court in Ikoyi with only one judge sitting just as other courtrooms were adjusting to the recent transfer of federal judges across the country.

At the Lagos High Court, Tafa Balewa Square (TBS), courtrooms were open and cleaners were seen cleaning the courts, while court registrars were seen preparing lists of expected cases.

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