The Ikeja branch of the Nigerian Bar association (NBA) has said that the Judicial staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) called off its strike too early without attaining its intention of financial autonomy.
Mr Bartholomew Aguegbodo, the Chairman of the Ikeja branch of the NBA, additionally described the suspension of the commercial movement by JUSUN as “not worth it”.
“Having sustained the strike for over two-months, the question JUSUN must have requested when considering calling off the strike is what have we achieved?
“The strike meted untold hardships on legal professionals and litigants alike. in case you’re fighting a noble cause and you can't maintain it, it isn't always really worth starting off it.
“The period the strike was changed into fruitless. JUSUN says it's better suspending the strike and giving the authorities three-months to enforce phrases, we recognize after 3 months we won’t be able to name up some other action.
calling off the strike is quite unlucky, not anything has been finished to this point and it's miles going to remain business as common,” Aguegbodo advised the news employer of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday.
BLENKAS Recall that the Judiciary staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), on Wednesday suspended its two-month-old strike.
The longest commercial action within the Nigerian judiciary turned was suspended following a meeting between officials of the union and the national Judicial Council (NJC) led by the leader Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Ibrahim Muhammad.
Courts are to re-open on June 14, 2021.