Members of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) have resolved to suspend their two months old industrial action.
The decision to suspend the strike was reached on Wednesday at the National Executive Commitee meeting of the union held in Abuja.
Deputy President of JUSUN, Mr Emmanuel Abisoye, who spoke with newsmen shortly after the meeting said that the union was prevailed upon by the leadership of the National Judicial Council (NJC) to suspend the strike.
Communiqué of the meeting is about now being put together to formally declare the strike action ended.
With the latest development, courts in the country which had remained shut during the strike will now reopen.
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