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Kogi doctors resume strike

By News Express on 04/06/2017

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•Striking doctors.
•Striking doctors.

The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) in Kogi has directed its members to resume a strike they suspended two weeks ago.

The association said in a statement after an emergency congress in Lokoja on Saturday that the resumption of the strike was informed by government’s alleged failure to fulfill its promises to meet their demands.

Dr Godwin Tijani, the chairman of the association in Kogi, said the decision was for the entire doctors to resume strike since their demands were being ignored by the state government.

According to him, the state government has failed to honour the agreement in spite of its assurance after the stakeholders’ intervention.

“It is really unfortunate that we have found our self in this mess. We respected all the stakeholders who wanted the progress of the Kogi health sector, but the government is putting deaf ears into our demands.

“We have had several promises of salary alerts for the past one week without success;  consequently, the Kogi NMA hereby directs all its members to resume strike as from 12 a.m. on  June 5, 2017.”

The doctors’ demands include reinstatement and payment of the salaries and arrears of doctors employed in 2015 and correction and payment of arrears of doctors underpaid, among others.

NMA had earlier suspended its 11-day old strike on May 13 to give room for dialogue with state government. (NAN)

Source News Express

Posted 04/06/2017 12:47:26 AM

 

 

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