The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria on Wednesday suspended its two-month-old strike for autonomy for the judicial arm of government in the 36 states.
The strike was called in April after governors kept dilly-dallying on the demand.
The strike was suspended based on appeals by the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice and the National Judicial Council.
They both promised to look into the matter and ensure a speedy resolution.
As such, courts in the 36 states will resume on Monday June 14, 2021.