Jalingo - The nationwide strike embarked upon by Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) on Monday halted court activities in Taraba.
It was revealed that all courts in the state were under lock and key.
There were notices placed on the gates of the courts directing judicial workers to proceed on indefinite strike as directed by the national body of the union.
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The judicial workers were demanding for financial autonomy and JUSUN had earlier gone on warning strike in July last year.
Hamza Yahaya, the state Chairman of JUSUN, told journalists that the state chapter was simply complying with the directives from its national body.
Boniface Iorkumbur, a lawyer, described the strike as unfortunate.
He said it is unfortunate that this strike is happening.