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Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Doctors In Zamfara Withdraw Services To Zamfara State Police and Their Families

The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) in Zamfara state has withdrawn all medical services to the Police in the state.



The NMA announced this in a statement jointly signed by the Chairman of the association Dr Tijjani Abubakar and Secretary Dr Mannir Bature respectively, saying the decision affected the children and other family members of the Police.

“We write to regretfully tell the general public the decision of all medical doctors practicing in Zamfara state to withdraw services to men and officers of Zamfara state command of the Nigeria Police Force, including members of their families,” the NMA said.

The association said the decision became necessary owing to the failure of the command to address the issue of assault on their member, Dr Nasir Aminu by the police patrol team leading to loss of his several teeth.

“Based on this, we have taken this decision. We are therefore advising them to seek medical services elsewhere,” the statement said.

When contacted, the state Commissioner of Police, Mr Shaba Alkali described the decision as unfortunate. “I have received the letter of their decision and we are now working on how to address the issue. I have directed the deputy commissioner of the command to invite them so that we can meet with them on Wednesday,” the commissioner said.

Dr Nasiru Aminu was allegedly manhandled by the police in August last year while he was on his way from the hospital to his house where they beat him, leading to the loss of his teeth.


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25 comments:

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    1. Idiot police I I wish its all d states in Nigeria,very useless Group of criminals.

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  2. Stupid police men.... How can u stop a medical doctor from attending to sick people in the name of curfew?...serves them right

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    1. Ewu...from the hospital to his house!

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  3. So una don turn to nupeng na. anything small thing una withdraw services.

    Why dont you seek justice on the Police man that caused your colleague to lose his teeth. SMH

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    1. Injury to one, injury to all.

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    2. The rascality of most Nigerian policemen know no bounds,if I were in zamfara I'd join in the fight.This is Nigeria where only industrial action reaches those in authority at the speed of light

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    3. @ Dr Samba...if you're truly a doctor, then you're VERY PATHETIC!!! After taking the Hippocratic oath, you come here to spew bile? You'd let a patient die before his/her father's colleague beat up 1 of your colleagues? Aren't supposed to be part of essential services that remain functional at any cost? Anyways, who would expect better from y'all Nigerian doctors prescribing paracetamol for every ailment known to man.

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    4. Anon 2:04 , so they should die, because they took hipprocratic oath abi,

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    5. Anonymous 8:46...get back to your cage!

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    1. It will serve you better when you get accident on top that okada you dey jump like monkey & them drag you reach hospital & they refuse you treatment because say na Police bring you come, e go clear for your eye

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  5. Waoh,nice way to go at least this people on uniform should learn how to behave.

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    1. They should go and consult babalawo. If not for the oath, na to deal with them. They gat the physical gun and power, doctors gat the chemical gun and power.

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    2. Anonymous 13:53...stop looking for customers for your father, let him remain in his dirty mud house with his powerless juju, idiot

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  6. An injury to one is an injury to all...I like their cooperation.

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  7. The Nigerian police is pure evil.

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  8. i totally support their decision Nigeria police have turn themselves to semi- god

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  9. Pls is there any corp member serving in Zamfara state currently? I would want to know if you have been paid Dec allowance. My cousin wants to play a fast one one me... Thanks.

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    1. Hahahahahahaa abeg send that your cousin money.

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    2. What if your cousin is a bv and answers you under anon

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    3. Good day wild rose, I'm a corper serving in Zamfara state.we haven't been paid December allawee

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  10. #People who are meant to be together will always find their way back*

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    1. Do you mean the doctors and the police?

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