Another Nationwide Strike Looms
Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) has explained that it only suspended the strike and not called off, stating that it will resume if agreements are not met after few months.
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Daily Post gathered that the JUSUN strike which lasted for two months was suspended for workers to commence work on June 14.
But JUSUN Chairman in Cross River State, Comrade Ebong Asanya, said at the end of the National Executive Council (NEC), JUSUN agreed to suspend the strike.
Sunday Igboho To Join Nationwide June 12 Protest
Yoruba activist Sunday ‘Igboho’ says he will join a nationwide protest on June 12.
The self-acclaimed Yoruba activist, alongside other agitators, will stage a protest calling for Yoruba land to become a sovereign nation.
Mr Adeyemo, represented by his spokesman, Olayemi Koiki, in an interview session on Wednesday, called for the South-West governors’ support.
Meanwhile, the National Association of Nigerian students and civil societies have called on the federal government that a protest will hold on Saturday to press Mr Buhari’s regime to address insecurity, economic stability, unemployment and other rising matter in the country.
Ogun Govt Allegedly Shut Out Protesting Pensioners
There was mild drama on Thursday as security agents, working on the directive of the Ogun State Government, locked out protesting local government pensioners at the Governor’s office, Oke Mosan, Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.
The pensioners under the aegis of Local Government Pensioners Association (LOGPAN) had stormed the state secretariat in protest over the alleged refusal of Governor Dapo Abiodun to pay their gratuities.
As early as 8am, the senior citizens, armed with placards, had gathered around the state secretariat for their demonstration.
The procession of the aged protesters, however, met a brick wall at the second gate of the secretariat, leading to the Governor’s office, as security agents hurriedly locked the gate against them.
However, the State Chairman of Local Government Pensioners Association (LOGPAN), Sikiru Ayilara, and a handful of the officials, engaged security agents in an altercation to gain entrance.
Commotion As Thugs Invade Ogun Community, Unleash Mayhem
The residents of Ipetu Baba-Ode Itusi-Ilogbo in Ado-Odo Ota Local Government Area of Ogun State are currently living in fear over series of attacksby thugs which was facilitated by a land dispute between the Adelupo family led by Yaya Are Alayande and the Itusi Royal Family led by Chief Taofeek Oduasanyin.
While some residents have fled the area for safety, others who have no place to go were forced to live in fear.
When Vanguard visited the community, some of the residents shared their ugly experiences in the hands of the thugs even as they made it clear that the thugs threatened them with constant attack just to force them to vacate the land they are occupying.
Incessant Crimes Reason For Arrests In Imo
The Commissioner of Police in Imo State, Abutu Yaro, on Wednesday, explained why security operatives were embarking on indiscriminate arrests in the state.
Speaking when the Orlu branch of the Nigerian Bar Association visited him in his office at the Police Command headquarters in Owerri, the CP disclosed that security operatives were working had to restore peace in the state.
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