Following the return of the President of Nigeria, President Muhammad Buhari, from his generally known medical routine trips to the United Kingdom (UK) since the 30th of March, 2021.He will be probably given no visible chance to still have the usual and normal rest before he will be forced to work again.
Saraki Campaign Posters Surfaces In Abuja Posters bearing ‘Bukola Saraki for President in 2023’ have been sighted at different parts of Abuja.The campaign materials with the image of the former Senate President was captioned ‘Reset Nigeria 2023’.Saraki, a former Kwara Governor, is a chieftain of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).
"Go Back To Work, We Have Paid You" - FG To Doctors As reported by the Leadership Newspapers, The Federal Government has accused the National Association Of Resident Doctors (NARD) of refusing to return to work despite their demands being met by the Federal Government Of Nigeria. The FG stated that the
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 House of Representative on Friday asked the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) to consider the predicament of Nigerian is and end its nine days old strike.
Today's News Headlines: Resident Doctors threaten another strike action, Unknown gunmen attack Cross River police command
Resident doctors threatens another strike action The National Association of Resident Doctors have asked the FG to meet with its agreement with the union.They threatened to embark in an indefinite strike action if the federal government fails to honour its agreement in the next 31 days.The warning was made by the president of the union, Dr Uyilawa.
The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), through the office of its National President, Dr. Okhuaihesuyi Uyilawa, in a letter, praised the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, for his prompt resolution of the recent nationwide strike by Resident Doctors. Recall that on Saturday 10th of April, 2021, striking resident doctors reached an agreement with the Federal Government of Nigeria. The details of the agreement was contained in a communique jointly signed by the leadership of NARD and
Boko Haram Fighters Burn UN Facilities In Borno, Attack Workers The Boko Haram fighters, in a fresh wave of attacks, invaded Damasak town in Borno State on Saturday, setting fire on United Nations facilities and forcing humanitarian workers to flee for their lives.“The terrorists came into the town in gun trucks.
Boko Haram Destroys UN Building The terrorist group aided by the Islamic State West African Province fighters launched an attack on the United Nation's building in Damasak Town, Borno State.They also burnt atleast three other international charity organisations contiguous to the UN facility.According to reports, the terrorist had initially wanted to attack the military base but when they were repelled, the now went for the United Nation's building and set it on fire forcing humanitarian workers to flee for their lives.
The Minister Of labour and employment for the federal Republic Of Nigeria Chris Ngigie, has revealed that the National Association of Resident Doctors, have no justification of continuing in their now 7 day strike, as the government has done everything in their power to meet their demands. As reported by the
If the words of the Executive Governor of Abia State is anything to go by, then the Resident Doctors in Abia State are going to have one of the best times of their lives.Recall that the National Association of Resident Doctors recently suspended their 10 day-old strike which was started because of the maltreatment they were receiving from the Federal Government.
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.
Members of the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) have suspended their nationwide industrial action which commenced on Thursday, April 1, 2021 on Saturday, April 10, 2021.This comes 10 days after the doctors initiated the strike leaving numerous patients unattended to across the different government-owned hospitals in the country.
The National Association of Resident Doctors has said it may call off its strike on Saturday after meeting with Federal Government Representatives in Abuja.The meeting, which lasted more than six hours, aimed to discuss the issues that prompted the doctors to go on strike on April 1.
FG Has Not Called For Talks With NARD The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) says it is yet to be invited for negotiations by the labor ministry despite downing its tools on April 1.
News reports have comfirmed that the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has temporarily put on hold its strike which kickstarted on April 1,2021.Dr Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi, who is the incumbent President of the NARD reportedly,formally informed "The Nation" that the development was as a result of some positive outcomes of the meetings with the Nigerian government and the interventions of the relevant health stakeholders.
The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) had on saturday announced to the general public that the 10 days old nationwide string has been suspended.Dr. Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi said that the strike was suspended due to their responsibility to Nigerians and the fact that the federal government met some of their demands .
The National Association of Resident Doctors has agreed to suspend their nationwide strike according to reports emanating from Channels Tv.This comes ten days after the commencement of the industrial action that has crippled the day-to-day operations of government-owned health facilities.The news was confirmed by the President of NARD, Dr Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi who spoke like on TV earlier today in Abuja.
The ten-day strike of the National Association of Resident Doctors has been called off.In a Saturday conversation with Vanguard, the Association's National President, Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi, confirmed this.He said that the strike was called off because of their responsibilities to Nigerians, and that the federal government had agreed to some of their demands.
You may have observed that the National Association Of Resident Doctors has been on strike for about ten days now but the report reaching us from sahara reporter said that the strike has been suspended for the main time.This news was confirmed through the National President of the Association uyilawa Okhauaihesuyi in a chat with vangard on Saturday.