The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN, Osun State Chapter has embarked on an indefinite industrial action with immediate effect.

The strike was declared on Wednesday by the chairman of JUSUN in the state, Oluwagbenga Olakunle Eludire.

The strike is coming on the heels of the protest on Monday and Tuesday by Osun JUSUN over the allegations of maladministration against the embattled Osun Chief Judge, Justice Oyebola Adepele Ojo.

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The JUSUN members also accused her of unduly persecuting some members of staff and denying them entitlements ranging from restoration of training exercises, arrears of wardrobe allowances from 2021 to 2023and reinstatement of judiciary staff in the state suspended by Justice Adepele Ojo.

“Regularisation and promotion exercise without further delay should be effected.

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“Also other benefits that members of JUSUN are entitled to should be effected without further delays.”

Eludire directed all Judiciary workers in the state to stay away from the courts and their offices and withdraw their services.

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