The National Vice President of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN, Mr Mark Ifezue, has called for computerization of working system of judiciary staff to further address the challenges of missing or delay in transmission of case files.

Speaking at the annual general meeting of JUSUN, Anambra State chapter, Mr Ifezue, was a Chairman of the union in the state, said though most cases of missing or delay in transmission of case files are not from the judiciary, there’s a lot benefits in computerizing the working system for improved service delivery.

He urged members of JUSUN, especially those that received various awards at the event to continue to raise the bar in upholding work ethics and service delivery, just as he urged the leadership of JUSUN in the state to continue to be the mouthpiece of workers.

Contributing, the pioneer Chairman in Anambra and National Secretary of JUSUN, Chief Basil Mbanefo, said he is happy that the legacies they kept are still being upheld, and that the present leadership of JUSUN in the state has surpassed expectations.

On his part, the Anambra State Chairman of JUSUN, Comrade Henry Ezeoke, said funding and the issue autonomy of the judiciary are still challenges to workers, and urged Governor Chukwuma Soludo to take actions to address the problem of underpayment of judiciary workers in the state.

He explained that the annual general meeting was organised partly to recognize and encourage members from various judicial divisions to continue to improve in service delivery

One of the awardees at the event, Mr John Enebeli; from Onitsha judicial division, who said that cases of missing files give him concern, asked government to help digitize their working system, and to assist in organizing regular workshop to enable new intakes acquire technical know-how in handling case files.


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