…urges him to extend Peculiar Allowance to Judiciary workers
The Ogun State Chairman, Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria ,JUSUN, Comrade (Lion) Ajiboye Olanrewaju Tunji- has congratulated the Governor of Ogun State , Prince Dapo Abiodun on his Victory at the Supreme court.
The Union Chairman in an interview with newsbarrelng maintained that the supreme court judgement will no doubt enable the governor to fully concentrate on delivering the dividends of democracy to all the people of ogun state.
Comrade Ajiboye described governor Abiodun as the best governor that the state has had so far because his developmental Projects cut Accross all sectors of the state economy without leaving behind a particular region of ogun state.
He added that the governor has performed well even the area of Workers Welfare.
He said that before the 2023 election, the union has met with the governor where they assured him of their unalloyed supports.
The State JUSUN chairman however used the opportunity to appeal to the governor to fulfil his promise by extending the payment of Peculiar Allowance to the state Judiciary workers just as he has done to other Civil servants in the state.
According to him” Honestly,we have been having governor in Ogun state, but I want to say without mincing words, Prince Dapo Abiodun CON has been the best so far, the leadership of the union met with the governor even before the election,and we have a discussion and we have target for him, we have been seeing the dividends of democracy, as far as judiciary workers is concerned, we know he will deliver, we followed the court proceedings right from the Tribunal to the appeal and the Supreme court of Nigeria as the apex court.
“As judiciary Workers we promised to Support him.as Judiciary workers .
“We want the governor to pay peculiar allowance to Judiciary Workers, just as he has fulfilled it to other civil servants” the chairman added.
The JUSUN chairman also used the opportunity to felicitate the State judiciary as the governor sworn in some new judges in Ogun state which included, Martin’s Akinyemi as a judge in the state high court, Bolanle Awoyemi and Adeniyi Lawal as judges in the customary court of appeal.
While congratulating the new judges, he assured them of JUSUN supports in order to discharge their duties without fear or favour.