Questioning Our Legality Shows Government Doesn’t Want To Implement Agreement It Entered – Cross River Law Officers (AUDIO)

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By Violet Isek

The Cross River State Government has been advised to “shun semantics” and honor the agreement it has entered with the State Law Officers Association of Nigeria (LOAN), as questioning the legality of LOAN indicates intention not to honor previous agreements.

The charge was made by the Cross River State Chapter Chairman of the association, Barrister Amajama Eneji, while speaking as a guest on “The Dialogue With Agba Jalingo” on Sunday on HIT95.9 FM Calabar.

Barrister Eneji wondered why the State Government did not question the legality of the group when it was having meeting and reaching an agreement with them.

Concluding, Amajama reiterated that the current industrial drive, by his union is in no way politically motivated or aimed at crippling the State but to ensure equality and fairness.

Listen to audio on CrossRiverWatch Radio below.

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