The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSSAG) has called off its nationwide strike after a crunch meeting with officials from the Ministry of Labour and Employment.
The nationwide strike which took effect on March, 31, 2016 was to protest their unpaid allowances and a review of their salaries.
Activities in the various courts across the country subsequently came to a standstill following the industrial action.
The situation also left lawyers and their clients across the country stranded.
A number of courts in Accra and other parts of the country visited by the Starr News team had virtually no activity there.
Visibly frustrated people who thronged the court to have their cases settled were disappointed to see most of the court rooms locked.
The decision to call off the strike also comes after the labour minister Haruna Iddrisu promised that everything would be done to ensure that the strike is called off and future strikes by JUSAG are averted.