JUSUN has formally suspended its nationwide strike that lasted over 2 months.
The Judiciary Workers Union of Nigeria has lifted its nationwide strike motion.
JUSUN suspended its strike on Wednesday.
The union is set to begin work on Monday.
JUSUN had in April launched into an indefinite nationwide strike in protest towards the denial of the judiciary its constitutionally assured monetary autonomy which was additionally affirmed by a Federal Excessive Courtroom judgement in January 2014.
A part of the results of the strike is that suspects who ordinarily shouldn’t spend greater than 48 hours in custody are being detained indefinitely.