Lagos State Judicial Workers Halt Their Strike

The Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria, Lagos state chapter, has today suspended their 23-day old strike.

The workers had earlier joined their national body to embark on the strike action to demand for financial autonomy for the judiciary.

After a number of meetings with the state government, the workers have now agreed to call off their strike and resume work. Their resumption followed a directive by the Administrative Department of the Lagos State Judiciary.

Although all departments of the state judiciary have opened, the courts are yet to commence sitting.

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