BY DEJI OGUNSOLA
Members OF THE Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria enforcing its indefinite nationwide strike, which begins today, have evicted court staff from the Federal High Court in Ikoyi, Lagos.
The unionists arrived the court premises before 9am this morning and directed their colleagues in courtrooms and offices to comply with the industrial action.
They sealed some of the offices and pasted notices indicating commencement of the court shutdown.
The National leadership of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, in an April 1 circular ordered closure of courts from today until the government complies with the Constitution, court judgments and other instruments, which confer or re-emphasise the financial autonomy of the Judiciary.