The national body of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) has warned the Osun State chapter of the union against picketing, protesting and boycotting their duty posts.
As the effect of the removal of fuel subsidy is hitting hard on the masses, the judiciary, which is the third arm of government, is also bearing the brunt.
More intrigues, yesterday, trailed the industrial action called by organised labour to protest against the removal of petrol subsidy.
As labour unions warm up for industrial action against the recent petroleum subsidy removal, many Nigerians and of course, observers from across the world are wondering about its likely implications for the ongoing election petition at the tribunal.
The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), Cross River State chapter, has embarked on an indefinite strike action, disrupting election petition tribunal inauguration.
Following the strike action embarked upon by Abia State Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) since April 10, during which the state court premises have been under lock, preventing entry of workers and people in need of judicial services, the state’s Elections Petitions Tribunal has relocated from the High Court headquarters at Umuahia to Damgrete Hotel also in the state capital.