The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria has suspended the strike which began over two months ago.
Through out the period, all the courts in Nigeria have been shut.
The union embarked on the strike over unresolved dispute with the federal government.
Part of the dispute is a demand for autonomy for the judiciary.
The National Judicial Council had, in a meeting with JUSUN leaders on Wednesday, with the Chief Justice of Nigeria Justice Tanko Muhammad in attendance, urged the striking court workers to put an end to the industrial action in the interest of the country and the suffering court users.
The suspension shall take effect from Monday 14th June, 2021 and all Judiciary workers are expected to resume office that day.