The  Nasarawa State Chapter of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) has suspended its strike that lasted for more than one year.

The Chairman of JUSUN in the state Comrade Jimoh Musa announced the suspension of the strike to newsmen Thursday in Lafia.

According to him, the suspension of the strike followed the intervention by Governor Abdullahi Sule, Sedi Bage, Emir of Lafia, Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and other critical stakeholders.

He noted that following the intervention by the above mentioned stakeholders, the union had reached an agreement on all gray areas with the Judicial Service Commission (JSC).

“All the 20 staff that were dismissed by the JSC due to their roles in the prolong strike were reinstated and their salary arrears for the period the strike lasted to be paid.

Musa directed all members of the report union to report back to their respective offices immediately.

He therefore expressed gratitude to the governor for demonstrating that he is a father to all.

The union had embarked on an indefinite strike since November 13, 2018 to press home its demand for better welfare.



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