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BREAKING: Courts in Ondo Shuts down Indefinitely

Damilola Adeyemo

AKURE – Report says the State High Court, Appeal Court, Magistrates courts, National Industrial Court, and the Federal High Court in Akure have been shut down by officials of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) led by the state Chairman, Comrade Femi Afolabi.

The strike is to seek financial autonomy of the judiciary arm of government, though the federal government has allowed for financial autonomy, state governments were accused of not granting financial independence to the judiciary in the states.

Reacting to the refusal of states to implement the policy, the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), accordingly directed its members across the country to shut down all courts nationwide beginning from today.

Further details shortly…….

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