Ogun court workers reach agreement with state government, suspends strike

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Ogun court workers reach agreement with state government, suspends strike


The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), Ogun State Chapter, says it has suspended its over one month strike.

Ogun JUSUN Chairman, Tajudeen Edun, confirmed this to DAILY POST on Thursday.

Edun said the strike was suspended following an agreement reached with the state government.

He said the government has agreed to restore the deductions from their basic salaries, asking workers to resume fully on Monday.

“Yes, we have suspended the strike. There is an agreement between us and the government. We have mandated our members of staff to resume fully on Monday.

“We agreed on some areas that there are issues between us. We were asking that reductions from our basic salary be restored, and they have restored it,” Edun said.

Court workers in Ogun State had embarked on the strike on August 11 to protest the alleged reduction of their salaries by the State government.





This post was written by Ishola Oludare and was first published at dailypost.ng

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