Resident Doctors Call Off Strike, Set To Start Work On Wednesday

Resident Doctors Call Off Strike, Set To Start Work On Wednesday

The Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has called off its strike as it is ready to start work on Wednesday. Information Guide Nigeria

Recalled that the National body of Resident Doctors had in August embarked on a nationwide strike following a deadlock with the federal government over the insufficient medical equipment at public hospitals.

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In a statement signed by the Ekpe Philips Uche, Secretary-General, Nigerian Medical Association after the meeting held among stakeholders of NMA and NARD, yesterday in Abuja, NMA advised NARD to stop the ongoing strike. jamb results

As reported by the Nigerian Tribune, in the NARD president statement: “The association has officially called off the strike.“We’ve officially suspended the strike to resume at 8:00 am on Wednesday. We made the decision in the early hours of today.

“We held an emergency meeting from 5:30 p.m., on Sunday, to the morning hours of today, and the NEC decided that having reviewed the progress made so far, the strike should be suspended.”

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