Mazi Nnamdi Kanu condemned the prolonged strike of JUSUN

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of Indigenous People of Biafra condemned the prolonged industrial action of Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria.

Recall, since April 3 the JUSUN embarked on an indefinite strike to demand financial Independence for judiciary system.

For the last two months all courts across the nation remain shut. Biafra reacted and stated there can't be democracy in a country where the judiciary is shut down.

The judiciary courts that had been shut down means justice delayed i.e Nigerians right has been suspended.

Kanu wrote in his official twitter handle that, "a democracy system only functions when the three arms are functioning. However, for almost two months the judiciary system ceased to function. That means Constitution and civil liberties are suspended. The NASS barely functions and Nigerian government have succumbed to terror in the North."

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