Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Igbobi Hospital Nurses Protest Non-Payment Of Salaries

Advertisement

Advertisement - Mobile In-Article

Thursday, 2 February 2017

Igbobi Hospital Nurses Protest Non-Payment Of Salaries

Igbobi hosiptal nurses protest non-payment of December and January salaries..


34 comments:

  1. Why is the govt playing with our health sector like this? So because they can afford to travel abroad, should they now suffer the masses?

    Glowyshoes's blog

    ReplyDelete
  2. Protest errywhwre now
    Nigerians are slowly waking up from their deep slumber. Time to fight for our rights

    ReplyDelete
  3. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Naija health sector....hmmmmmmm smh

    ReplyDelete
  5. Protests everywhere.
    I am beginning to wonder exactly who voted Sai Baba into power?

    ReplyDelete
  6. Protests everywhere.
    I am beginning to wonder exactly who voted Sai Baba into power?

    ReplyDelete
  7. Honestly, it is a very terrible situation. I really pity those patients who are confined on the bed. At least those of us who can use crutches have found our way out of there. When the strike/protest ends, I will continue from where I stopped.

    To be fair to those nurses, they are really trying and giving their best. They pick our faeces when we defecate, same with urine. They care so deeply for us, they monitor what we eat and drink and make sure we take our drugs on time. They deserve their reward here on earth.

    I remember one time I wanted to defecate and one of the nurses stood near me to raise my leg up. I sent her away and told her I do not want her to breathe in my poo. Her reply stunned me. She said, "Odukoya, na today we don dey perceive shit.... Abeg, poo make I pack this bedpan comot." I didn't know when I started laughing.

    Indeed, nursing is a calling.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. When i saw the headline, my thoughts went to you immediately. All will be well.

      Delete
    2. That's touching, that nurse deserve a recommendation for diligency and commitment to duty..

      Delete
    3. I thought of you as well when I saw the header. Wowww they do all that?! Chai

      Delete
    4. Went to Igbobi last month for my daughters post op check up only to be told resident doctors are on strike. The consultants refuses to see us, just picked some cases and told the rest to go. Now nurses. Owing these people is a serious crime oo

      Delete
  8. This is sad. A client came to our office yesterday and told us that they are on strike,they don't touch patients again but one can get a private nurse to treat their sick ones.Since that yesterday, my mind has been on our dear Oluyomi and how she is coping with her treatment there.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Call the popo or they can't stop this one too?
    This is Nigeria and what we've become.
    Sad!

    ReplyDelete
  10. Hmmmmmm. I hope our own lady is getting good treatment there. Oluyomi may God heal you permanently and make you stronger Amen.

    They should pay them oo, too much problems everywhere

    ReplyDelete
  11. Na waaaa, Aluta continua

    ReplyDelete
  12. Hmmmm, and the fed govt want hungry nurses yo render quality nursing care. O.k..make una kwantinu

    ReplyDelete
  13. Why? How do they expect them to cope.

    ReplyDelete
  14. Where is Buhari the corruption fighter, why don't arrest the people owing them and bring them to justice.

    ReplyDelete
  15. Oh my God! What is going on oh..

    ReplyDelete
  16. Nah wah, am just tired to type, very unhappy! Lagos states coming to break shops around Amuwo jankande area, all in d name dat dey want to build houses and fence d jankande houses off, where do dey want people to go? Where do dey want people to start from? Most people hve pension money gone down into dis shops, how do they want to move on?
    Lagos state has giving till today to remove all containers or they come and break them! Which way Nigeria? Which way? I can't jes stop crying little change wey person dey see from dere dem go break am sgain and u say no protest.
    It is well

    ReplyDelete
  17. Nah wah, am just tired to type, very unhappy! Lagos states coming to break shops around Amuwo jankande area, all in d name dat dey want to build houses and fence d jankande houses off, where do dey want people to go? Where do dey want people to start from? Most people hve pension money gone down into dis shops, how do they want to move on?
    Lagos state has giving till today to remove all containers or they come and break them! Which way Nigeria? Which way? I can't jes stop crying little change wey person dey see from dere dem go break am sgain and u say no protest.
    It is well

    ReplyDelete
  18. Government should look into this before they transfer aggression to their patients by performing mass amputation on them.

    ReplyDelete
  19. Alot of wrong things are happening in this country, may God see us through.

    ReplyDelete
  20. Barrister Oma and Yori Yori princess, awww... thanks a million for your love and care. I'm at home, left Igbobi immediately I heard of the impending strike. In fact, it was one of the nurses (God bless her soul) who told me and that was when I intensified my effort in learning how to make use of crutches.

    Like I said, I'm at home, for now and when the strike is called off, I will go back. Anyway, what I really need now is physiotherapy sessions and thank God I've found one who comes to my house to perform some exercises on me. I won't lie though... Being stuck in a room on a bed is not my either of a lifestyle. But the surgeons specifically warned me not to allow the leg touch the floor. If not for the internet and our blog (SDK), I would have gone mad, literally speaking. The amount I spend on fuel though is story for another day (sighs). That is one of the things I miss at Igbobi, they always had at least 22 hours electricity every single day.

    ReplyDelete
  21. Pls oooooo they should pay them bcos our very own is there. Very bad of d govt.

    ReplyDelete
  22. This happened two days ago & it's just getting here,perhaps I should be sending you news immediately it drops
    Ron

    ReplyDelete
  23. #There are blessings every day. Find them. Create them*

    ReplyDelete

Disclaimer: Comments And Opinions On Any Part Of This Website Are Opinions Of The Writers Or Anonymous Persons And They Do Not Represent The Opinions Of StellaDimokoKorkus.com

Pictures and culled stories posted on this site will be given due credit and is not the fault of StellaDimokoKorkus.com if website culled from misrepresents source of story.

If you have a complaint or a story,Please Contact StellaDimokoKorkus.com Via

Sdimokokorkus@gmail.com
Mobile Phone +4915210329280

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...