nasu strike news
It's no more news that resident doctors in the country are currently embarking on strike, but what is however shocking is how the Nigerian government are planning to hold them highly responsible for the death of Nigerians on the account of their frequent strike actions.An indefinite strike rocked the health sector and paralyzed the service of public hospitals in Nigeria, leaving many patients unattended.
The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), has finally called off their industrial strike action after coming to an agreement with the president of Nigeria, and his administration over their demands.Recall that the strike that commenced over a week ago, specifically on the 1st of April 2021, was a cause for serious concern in the country, as many Nigerians were against the government allowing medical doctors to go on strike.
It is indeed a great relief for Nigerians as National Association of Resident Doctors(NARD) suspend strike.The strike began on 1st April by the Union due to their claim that the Federal Government failed to fulfill their promises over them.Nigerian Medical Association(NMA) apologised to Nigerians over the Strike five days ago on their twitter account.
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Senator Shehu Sani, in his recent tweet, has dropped a statement regarding the ongoing strike by resident doctors. The Nigerian Senator, while sharing his tweet, stated that Doctors strike is not like Tanker Drivers strike. He said that the strike comes with tragic consequences of life and death. He added that it's sad that Nigeria has not learnt lessons from the Pandemic to revamp its Health care system. He wrote. "Doctors strike is not Tanker Drivers strike. It comes with tragic consequences of life and death.
4294 Special Release 15 February, 2020 MANAGEMENT POSITION ON THE PROTEST BY THE JOINT ACTION COMMITTEE OF THE SENIOR STAFF ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES (SSANU) AND THE NON-ACADEMIC STAFF UNION OF UNIVERSITIES (NASU), UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN BRANCHES Arising from the meeting held between leaders of the Joint Action Committee (JAC) of SSANU & NASU, Members of Council and Management of the University, Management will like to state as follows on some of the issues in contention: 1. OVERTIME/SHIFT ALLOWANC