The Abia state chapter of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN had given a public notice that despite the directives of the executive governor of the state, Dr Okezie Victor Ikpeazu, to pay all judiciary workers their entitlement, the appropriate authorities are yet to comply.
Due to this setback, the union in it’s letter signed by the state chairman, comrade prince Eze C. Nwanchukwu, directs all members of the union to assemble at the state’s office of the accountant general on Tuesday 13 July,2021 with a dress code of black colour all through.
The Union members are demanding for their unpaid salaries and entitlement, noting that if due response is not given, they will shutdown the Abia State judiciary again.
See letter below 👇
Meanwhile, in a letter obtained by candidreporters.com also showed that the government arm had issued directives to the appropriate office long ago to disburse payment.
See letter 👇
Recall that JUSUN had suspended the 64-day-old nationwide strike embarked upon hoping to get positive response from the government.