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How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by fxx2: 2:19am On May 03
The umbrella body of judiciary workers in Nigeria, the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), had on April 1, 2021, directed its members across the country to shut down all courts on Tuesday, April 6, a directive that has since crippled both court proceedings and commercial activities within the courts’ premises.

The effects were not seriously felt at the beginning. Judicial workers, businesses, and individuals all have stories to tell.

For example,

A lawyer will have no one to represent in the courts, hence NO PAYMENT.
A lawyer narrated how he was frustrated by the daily calls from the family of his clients, currently being remanded at the correctional centre for a minor offence.
He said that the court had granted them bail, which they were unable to perfect and this landed them in the correctional center before the judiciary embarked on strike.
He further said that the matter has been settled between the nominal complainant, but as a result of the strike, the correctional service officers could not produce the accused.

Similarly, a friend had a minor issue that led to the suspension of his BUSINESS BANK ACCOUNT. The matter had been resolved but the bank needs a court order to FREE the ACCOUNT. Now he has millions of naira trapped, injuring his business badly.

Unfortunately, the end seems not to be near.

What has been your personal experience?
What is your opinion on the matter?

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by Xhuntra: 4:32am On May 03
If to say Buhari get sense, he for don sack all striking lawyers and replace them with student lawyers. Their bloods are kuku hot, they will be be dishing justice as e dey hot

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by helinues: 5:56am On May 03


May we not see fire in the well oo....

How long is their strike for? Cos if dem like let them go for decades, can't be affected

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by WiszyFraud: 5:57am On May 03
Did you know??

“Dysania” is the state of finding it hard to get out of bed in the morning.


cool

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by blinking001(m): 5:57am On May 03
It hasn't affected me yet and I pray it doesnt. Judicial workers should be reasonable for once and return back to their duty posts. Can't they make sacrifices for our country? Too much greed everywhere.

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by MANNABBQGRILLS: 5:58am On May 03
Xhuntra:
If to say Buhari get sense, he for don sack all striking lawyers and replace them with student lawyers. Their bloods are kuku hot, they will be be dishing justice as e dey hot
Interesting!

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by OrdinaryNigeria(m): 5:58am On May 03
Lol
Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by kingyang: 5:58am On May 03
Xhuntra:
If to say Buhari get sense, he for don sack all striking lawyers and replace them with student lawyers. Their bloods are kuku hot, they will be be dishing justice as e dey hot

Then the same you will come out to attack the president of treating things in a hard way or denying them their right, why are Nigerians are like this? Is this how it's done in other places?
Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by darlenese(f): 5:58am On May 03
Wetin
Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by helinues: 5:58am On May 03
Xhuntra:
If to say Buhari get sense, he for don sack all striking lawyers and replace them with student lawyers. Their bloods are kuku hot, they will be be dishing justice as e dey hot

And you are accusing someone of not getting sense?

Still looking for sense in the beautiful gibberish you wrote... undecided

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by Musty112: 5:59am On May 03
Lawyers are the most affected sha. The striking Jusun still get their monthly salary without delay

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by Bossontop(m): 5:59am On May 03
undecided
So they are still on strike??.....nawa ooo

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by Xiaomi1(m): 5:59am On May 03
No way
Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by chukwuibuipob: 5:59am On May 03
sad May we NOT see case sad. They should resume and do the needful on Baba ilesa case sad

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by atarapa(m): 6:00am On May 03
No way
Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by BruncleZuma: 6:01am On May 03
grin grin

I'm not awaiting trial, even then, they have not been known to be a functional arm.of government.

grin grin
Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by grossintel(m): 6:01am On May 03
The only people it affected are people with court cases.
Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by Creditalerts: 6:02am On May 03
Xhuntra:
If to say Buhari get sense, he for don sack all striking lawyers and replace them with student lawyers. Their bloods are kuku hot, they will be be dishing justice as e dey hot
shocked

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by Koikoi1: 6:03am On May 03
Not a bit
Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by pocohantas(f): 6:06am On May 03
The Nlder, whose father has been in jail for over 5 years is still awaiting trial. He said his father’s last hearing was supposed to be in April. I feel for his family. embarassed

https://www.nairaland.com/6505030/dad-not-among-escapees-owerri#100769695

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by Pakoyi95(m): 6:07am On May 03
She was called by someone on her phone.
A female friend was scammed last week Friday to transfer some amount of money to the tune of 35k, she even borrowed 4k from her boss to complete it. After like an hour she now come back to her senses and went to the bank straight to Lodge complain, for God so good, the scammer account hasn't complete his info, and he can't withdrawal the money, but my friend was told to High Court to collect a one kind form, the bank promised to withhold the account for any transaction. We are waiting for the judicial workers to resume now.
Her first salary...

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by Login12: 6:08am On May 03
Have a file in probate office and that has delayed my publication

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by saphiere(f): 6:08am On May 03
fxx2:
The umbrella body of judiciary workers in Nigeria, the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), had on April 1, 2021, directed its members across the country to shut down all courts on Tuesday, April 6, a directive that has since crippled both court proceedings and commercial activities within the courts’ premises.

The effects were not seriously felt at the beginning. Judicial workers, businesses, and individuals all have stories to tell.

For example,

A lawyer will have no one to represent in the courts, hence NO PAYMENT.
A lawyer narrated how he was frustrated by the daily calls from the family of his clients, currently being remanded at the correctional centre for a minor offence.
He said that the court had granted them bail, which they were unable to perfect and this landed them in the correctional center before the judiciary embarked on strike.
He further said that the matter has been settled between the nominal complainant, but as a result of the strike, the correctional service officers could not produce the accused.

Similarly, a friend had a minor issue that led to the suspension of his BUSINESS BANK ACCOUNT. The matter had been resolved but the bank needs a court order to FREE the ACCOUNT. Now he has millions of naira trapped, injuring his business badly.

Unfortunately, the end seems not to be near.

What has been your personal experience?
What is your opinion on the matter?
Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by LOVEGINO(m): 6:08am On May 03
They re as useless as the 'P' in psycho to me.
Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by MemoriesAndMe: 6:15am On May 03
Xhuntra:
If to say Buhari get sense, he for don sack all striking lawyers and replace them with student lawyers. Their bloods are kuku hot, they will be be dishing justice as e dey hot
Lawyers are not the ones on strike bro. Are you on this thread or the other one?

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by paulolee(m): 6:15am On May 03
my landlord is a lawyer, am oweing him some months rents already and since no more cases are coming in, d man jus de vex for me n no de answer my greetings again..

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Re: How Has The Strike By Judicial Workers Affected You? by PS712: 6:18am On May 03
helinues:


May we not see fire in the well oo....

How long is their strike for? Cos if dem like let them go for decades, can't be affected
Did you really type this?
A whole arm of government is shutdown and you say you don't care. You won't be patriotic enough if your bias is only with the executive, all three arms matter pretty much, I believe you know that.
Uncountable losses are recorded daily as a result of this strike, and by extension it affects every sector/section of this country's national life, the earlier we stopped being indifferent on most issues yet very concerned only about one the better for us.

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