Incoming Nasarawa CJ Pleads With JUSUN Over Their Plan To Disrupt Valedictory Session

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Rabiu Omaku

An insider from the Nasarawa State High court has confirmed that the incoming Chief Judge of Nasarawa State, Justice Aisha has pleaded with the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) Nasarawa State chapter to shelve their plan disruption of Valedictory Session in honour of the outgoing Chief Judge, Justice Suleiman Umaru Dikko who will retire by tomorrow 30, December 2020 as he clocks Sixty years.

 

Impeccable sources said the plan to disrupt the session is in connection to the non-payment of Six months’ salaries of Twenty One reinstated JUSUN members fired by the Chief Judge for disrupting the court session presided by him during the JUSUN protest.

 

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Other sins of Justice Suleiman Umaru Dikko were also in connection to the non-release of over Three million naira dues hijacked by the Chief Judge.

 

It was gathered that the incoming Chief Judge held a secret meeting with few members of JUSUN under the chairmanship of Jimoh Musa had a marathon meeting.

 

It was confided that the leadership of JUSUN, after meeting directed all members to distance themselves from the premises of the new High court complex.

 

Before the intervention of Justice Aisha, The Union has vowed to surprise the outgoing C.J by embarking on a wild demonstration.

 

It was further gathered that JUSUN dragged the state Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice, Abdulkarim Kana, and the outgoing Chief Judge, Suleiman Umaru Dikko to the National Industrial Court of Nigeria in Abuja.

 

The impasse between JUSUN and the management of the High court has been lingering for over one year as the Chief Judge who is also the chairman of the Judicial Service Commission uses his veto power to sacked the Twenty one staff accused of entering High court one as well disrupting court session.

 

It was gathered that scores of armed security operatives were beefed up within the new High court complex which is currently housing High court 1.High court 2, High court 3, and Four.

 

The AG , as at press time could not be reached for comment

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