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Courts reopen nationwide Monday as Judiciary workers suspend strike


Courts across the country are to reopen from Monday 14 June, as the two-month-old strike embarked upon by judiciary workers has been called off.


The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) was seeking financial autonomy of the judiciary, and had on 6 April shut the courts pressing for its demands.

However, on Wednesday, 9 June, at a meeting of the union’s national executive council, in Abuja, it was resolved that the strike should be suspended.

Ibom Leak News recalls that In May 2020, President Muhammadu Buhari signed an Executive Order which granted financial autonomy to State Houses of Assembly and the Judiciary across the 36 States of the Federation.

The order meant that the allocation to these arms of government would be paid to them directly instead of being sent through the executive arm.

In announcing the move, Buhari said his administration “will continue to do everything to strengthen the principles and practice of democracy and democratic governance in Nigeria”.

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