Our strike is about workers' rights - Osun JUSUN National Carpet Association

Our strike is about workers’ rights – Osun JUSUN National Carpet Association


Chairman of the Judicial Officers Union of Nigeria, JUSUN, Osun State Chapter, Oluwagbemiga Olakunle Eldire, said the union was only fighting for the rights of its members.

Mr. Eldire said the strike would continue until instructions to the contrary, adding that the union was not fighting the state’s embattled Chief Justice, Justice Oyebola Adepele Ojo.

He disclosed this in an interview in Osogbo on Friday, declaring that whatever decision the national body of the trade union takes against the state branch, it cannot be taken into consideration by anyone. did.

“JSUN National Headquarters’ statement is baseless. To the best of my knowledge, our common interests and improving the working conditions of our members should be given top priority.

“Those who depict the struggle of oppressed members for freedom and better treatment as illegal should be charged with conspiracy.

“We are playing on a good course and our members are happy. At this point, the JSC should step in and comply with all our requests for necessary accommodations.

“We have not done anything that is against the law. There may be technical issues between us. We believe that fundamental problems require drastic action. And that’s why we’re in this situation,” Eldia said.

He said the judges’ conference had approached the unions for dialogue and the forum was open for that to happen.

DAILY POST reports that the union’s national secretariat issued a circular signed by its vice president, Emmanuel Abioye, instructing its members not to engage in illegal picketing or protests under any pretext. I remembered.

The JUSUN National Body also called on judicial officers in the state not to allow themselves to be willingly used as tools in the hands of politicians.

Source: dailypost.ng

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