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Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Doctors In Osun State Embark On Seven-day Warning Strike

The Osun State Chapter of Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) on Monday ordered its members working with state government to proceed on 7-day warning strike over unpaid salary arrears and poor working condition.




The NMA Chairman in the state, Dr Tokunbo Olajumoke, gave the directive after an emergency general meeting of the association in Osogbo.


Olajumoke said the 7-day warning strike was coming after the expiration of a 21-day ultimatum issued to the state government by the association to meet its demands.


Other grievances of the doctors are non-payment of CONMESS salary scale, over taxation, mutilated and outstanding salaries of doctors, among others.


Reacting to the strike notice, the State Commissioner for Health, Dr Rafiu lsamotu, appealed to the doctors to be patient with the state government, saying their requests were being looked into.

From The Guardian

4 comments:

Broomstick said...

Why oh why should anybody be owed salaries and allowances in Nigeria? We have enough money to go round for crying out loud! May God keep his children.

Miss Ess said...

Not again!

Shirley said...

I don't blame this people, aregbeshola no dey try

Baba Jarida said...

Biko o. Not again.



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