The workers union gave the directive on Friday.
Court workers in Nigeria have been directed to commence an indefinite strike from Monday.
The workers’ union, the Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria, gave the directive on Friday.
The union said the strike was in protest against the non-implementation of the consolidated salary structure for the workers.
Should the strike proceed as directed, all cases in Nigerian courts may be stalled from Monday.
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