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Litigants and lawyers who have some cases at the Ogun state courts are groaning over the effects of the strike embarked upon by the Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria JUSUN, Ogun state chapter.
PLATFORM TIMES gathered that the strike which commenced August 20, had entered into 20th days .
PLATFORM TIMES further gathered that
both the Ogun state government and the leadership of the JUSUN had met twice, on August 23 and ,25 making four times since the strike commenced .
Further findings revealed that the state government had pleaded to the workers to end their strike while negotiation continues .
Some litigants ,lawyers and prison officials were said to be feeling the effects of the strike .
But the JUSUN leadership ignored the government’s plea , insisting that their demands must be met before the strike would be called off .
A source hinted that the Government had fixed another meeting for Tuesday which reportedly coincides with the South West caucus meeting of the union in Osogbo.
The Chairman of the State chapter of Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria JUSUN, Comrade Tajudeen Edun could not be reached as of the time of filing this report .