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Wike Commends JUSUN For Calling Off Strike, Insists On ‘No Work-No Pay Policy’


Waterways State Governor, Nyesom Wike has complimented the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) for canceling its two-month strike in the state.

As per an assertion endorsed by the Special Assistant (Media) to the lead representative, Kelvin Ebiri, on Wednesday, Governor Wike has, nonetheless, coordinated the Accountant General of the state not to pay legal executive laborers for the principal seven day stretch of June in which the ‘no work-no compensation strategy’ was in power.

The state government had cautioned that it will implement the no-work no-pay strategy if JUSUN in the state neglects to cancel the strike by May 31.

Lead representative Wike clarified that the express government’s choice not to pay JUSUN individuals for the principal seven day stretch of June was a consequence of the association’s inability to notice the order to continue work before May 31.

He repeated that Rivers State had been executing full monetary self-rule of the legal executive and that the strike was, hence, superfluous in any case.

The lead representative kept up that the state government won’t set up any spending execution panel since it is obscure to law.

“Streams State government is in full help of monetary self-rule of the legal executive and has been carrying out same. We have expressed it before that we won’t set up any spending checking council in the state since it is pointless,” Governor Wike said.

He clarified that under an administrative arrangement of government, it is just the chief arm of government, at all the levels, that has the forces to introduce the yearly spending plan to one or the other state or National Assembly and furthermore marked it into law.

He further affirmed that individuals of the state are well behaved and will keep on demanding that each activity of government should be predicated on law and order.


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