Stella Dimoko Ekiti State Doctors Laments Over Unpaid Six Months Salaries


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Monday, 30 October 2017

Ekiti State Doctors Laments Over Unpaid Six Months Salaries

Doctors in Ekiti State under the aegis of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) have lamented that the six month arrears of salaries owed their colleagues practicing in government hospitals is causing them hardship.

State Chairman of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Dr. Sunday Omoya, disclosed this on Saturday at a briefing to mark the end of the 2017 Physicians’ Week and Annual General Meeting of the body held in Ado-Ekiti, the state capital.

Pleading for payment of doctors’ salaries, Omoya said: “We are pleading that even if all the arrears won’t be paid, government must bring us as per with our colleague civil servants. As we speak now, six months are being owed while civil servants are owed five months and this is causing serious demoralization to our doctors in all the cadres of health institutions”.

From the Nation

Gov Fayose please use your tongue to count your teeth!


Anonymous said...

Fayose pay Doctors o


Miss Ess said...

Fayose is still busy shouting.

Cynthia Iyede said...

This country sef!

Just Bella. said...

Na wah oh.... And how do they expect them to live?

Anonymous said...

I suppose they are expected to eat breeze and drink their piss to survive. What kind of healthcare can a hungry doctor provide to anybody?

Bee10(mummytwins) said...

How can one do this to doctors some people don't have conscience fa!

Donatus said...

Fayose dey collect bank interest on their salaries.
Na stubborn man, E no go answer dem, E go blame somebody else.

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