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Kogi state governor Yahaya Bello Photo: Kogireporters

A staff of the Kogi State judiciary has fondly called Mama Danladi has slumped and died on Thursday, Concise News reports.

This online news medium understands that the women identified as Fatimah Noah had resumed work following a 5-month old industrial dispute with the state government.

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She was a staff of the Magistrate court II, Lokoja, the Kogi State capital with the cause of her death yet to be ascertained.

According to an eyewitness, the deceased resumed work on Monday with her colleagues, as the Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) called off the strike action after National Judicial Council (NJC) resolved the trade disputes between the judiciary and Kogi State Government.

It was gathered that the late worker has been consistent with her job and did not show any sign of sickness before the sad incident took place.

“Mama Danladi who had not taken salaries for the past one year, and a widow with children in tertiary institutions, was said to have scouted for just #20,000 three days ago to address pressing need of one of her sons in the school without success,” the source was quoted by The Nation as saying.