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Ebonyi threatens to sack striking workers - Daily Post Nigeria

Ebonyi threatens to sack striking workers

8/14/2020 2:10:00 PM

Ebonyi threatens to sack striking workers

Ebonyi State Government has ordered members of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) to suspend their industrial action or be sacked. The workers

The workers commenced the strike on August 13.They are protesting the non-implementation of the Consolidated Judiciary Salary Structure (CJSS).In a statement on Friday, Chamberlain Nwele, Ebonyi Head of Service, warned them of non-payment of salary.“JUSUN members are directed to return to work on Friday, Aug. 14 or risk being dismissed from service. Attendance of judiciary staff will be taken by state government officials, to aid payment of August 2020 salary,” it read.

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