The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN, Anambra State chapter may resume industrial action tomorrow, if the State Government fails to implement the Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, the union reached with it.
Comrade Mark Ifezue, state chairman of JUSUN, said if the State Government fails to implement the MOU, they would embark on another strike to press home their demands for the implementation of a Federal High Court judgment that approves that State judiciary in the country should be granted financial autonomy.
The Court Registrar for the Anambra State Judiciary, Doris Ezeani, who confirmed the threat, said that they were equally served the notice that the workers would proceed on strike by Monday, if the State Government fails to implement the MOU.
Nigerian Pilot Sunday gathered that some of the MOU reached with the leadership of the Judiciary workers by the Government negotiation team headed by the deputy governor of the State, Dr. Nkem Okeke, include the release of funds for the payment of the workers’ salaries, overhead cost and capital votes into the account of the judiciary.

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