Arrears Judicial Service staff protest over unpaid allowances

JUSSAG has been agitating over unpaid allowances which have been in arrears for some several months.

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Workers of the Judicial Service have today began implementing measures to begin a full fledged strike in two weeks.

The workers who today are all in red arm bands are protesting against unpaid allowances owed them by government.

JUSSAG, a key arm in the administration of justice at the courts has been agitating over unpaid allowances which have been in arrears for some several months.

Read more: Judicial Service staff warns govt to pay arrears

The group in May this year embarked on a similar action.

The action was subsequently suspended after the Employment and Labour Relations Minister, Haruna Iddrisu moved in to promise that the allowances will be paid by the last week of May a promise which was not fulfilled.

See also: JUSSAG threatens indefinite strike over unpaid allowances

JUSSAG agitated once more on October 21 when it hinted of a strike over the non-payment of their accumulated allowances.

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