Abuja - Judicial workers of the Lagos State Judiciary has
urged Governor Akinwunmi Ambode to intervene judiciary authorities in the state
to regularise their employments, All Africa reported.
The 59 workers wrote a letter to the governor and claimed
that they have been working between 2005 and 2009 but the court did not
regulate their employment.
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Further, the workers appealed to the governor that they have
been paid peanuts and it was making their lives unbearable.
Beginning of the year striking judicial workers were sacked
in Imo State.
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