The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN, has directed its members to shut down all courts in the country on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The association claimed that the action was consistent with the Nigeria Labour Congress’ (NLC) decision and the Trade Union Congress’ (TUC) to hold a two-day warning strike in response to the economic hardship that Nigerians are currently experiencing as a result of the Federal Government’s unforeseen removal of the fuel subsidy.
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As a result, JUSUN instructed all Deputy President, Zonal Vice Presidents, Chairmen, and Secretaries of all its Branches and Chapters to ensure complete lockdown of all the courts as instructed in a memo signed by its National Secretary, L. M. Adetola.
Part of the memo read, “From Tuesday and Wednesday against the removal of subsidy without a palliative to cushion the effect or hardship resulting from the programme.
“To this end, you are advised to commence mobilization of your members in both the Branches and Chapters of our great union for the proposed action.
“Please note that all Vice Presidents are advised to monitor their zones to ensure compliance.”
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