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Osun JUSUN suspends strike, directs members to resume work on March 11

The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), Osun Chapter, has called off its industrial strike, which commenced on Nov 22, 2023.
The strike by the union followed alleged seizures of its member’s wardrobe allowance, the suspension of some colleagues, and the Chief Judge’s refusal to lift the embargo on workers’ training.
A statement by the JUSUN Chairman in Osun, Mr. Oluwagbenga Eludire, made available to newsmen on Tuesday in Osogbo, directed its members to resume work on March 11.
Eludire said the suspension of the strike was premised on the tripartite agreement between the Osun government, management of the Osun Judiciary, and JUSUN.
He said that one of the terms of the memorandum of understanding signed was that the Judiciary Service Commission would convene a meeting within seven days of the suspension of the strike to ensure that other demands of the union were met.
”The Commission is to attend to other demands of the union, including regularization and promotion of all qualified staff.
“Also, there shall be no form of intimidation of judicial officers or members of JUSUN for participating in the justly suspended strike,” Eludire said.
The union, the chairman said, appreciated Gov. Ademola Adeleke and Speaker of the Osun Assembly, Rt. Hon. Wale Egbedun, for their invaluable support in calling off the strike.
”The union appreciates the state government and the speaker of the Osun House of Assembly for calling back our members suspended for five years and paying off their salaries.
”I hereby suspend the strike embarked on Nov. 22, 2023, while members are directed to resume work on March 11.” (NAN)
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