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Judiciary Workers Threaten Strike In Ogun, Give Reason

The Ogun State Chapter of the Judiciary Staff Association of Nigeria, JUSUN, has declared that it will go on a five-day warning strike in protest for not receiving its members’ forty percent special allowance.

Comrade Tunji Ajiboye, the Union’s Chairman who announced this in Abeokuta, said that the strike would start on Monday, February 26, 2024, following the expiration of the 21-day ultimatum given to the state government.

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Comrade Ajiboye clarified that the Union leadership had contacted the head of service after observing that the judiciary employees had not received the allowance since the state government started paying other workers in August, last year.

He noted that the representatives of the state government had during a meeting with the union claimed that the payment of peculiar allowance was meant to bridge the gap between the core civil servants and other workers on special salary scale which he said was contrary to the document released by the state government.

Comrade Ajiboye said the union would commence indefinite strike if the state government failed to accede to their demands.

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