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Monday, 23 December 2013

Nigerian Doctors end 5-day strike

The Nigerian Medical Association, NMA, has called off its 5-day warning strike which began on the 15th of December and asked all doctors to resume this morning Monday December 23rd.

The President of the Association, Osahon Enabulele, while speaking on the call off said;
"NMA wishes to inform the general public that doctors in the public health sector will resume services from December 23. This is in line with our earlier promise to give prime consideration to the Yuletide season in the prosecution of our warning strike. Also, to give another opportunity for the Federal Government to concretely resolve all the demands of NMA for which it first issued a 21-day ultimatum on September 2"
Mr Enabulele however said that a full blown strike would be embarked upon by the association from January 6th 2014 if their demands are not met by the Federal Government.

43 comments:

Iyke Igboaka said...

Its Good of them ooooo

Iyke Igboaka said...

Its Good of them ooooo

Amaka said...

ok



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ifitush said...

Praise be 2 God almighty




IFIOK so on POINT

Alloy Chikezie said...

Ah! thank God


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Chinonso Okafor said...

OK. Hope d federal government wud listen to them and meet their demands.

BONARIO NNAGS said...

Good for them.

~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

Mystery Hills said...

Abeg let dem N GEJ no temper wit new year blessings o

hottie said...

hian!!!...my country tho

Anonymous said...

All this doctor that can only treat cough and catarrh.nothing else

Kimi Pat said...

God bless Nigeria

Ann Marie said...

please don't embark on a full blown strike, consider the poor and the lives that would be lost.

Tiana said...

Lol! We thank God oh

Chinonye Sarah said...

Hmmmmmmmmmm Nigeria Nigeria! Shey na like dis we go dey DEY?????

Anonymous said...

Mr president lead us well....no let this nation to fall inside well....

hilary obiorah said...

Na wa! Everybody in Nigeria is threatening strike, even NUEE! Kai!!

BLOGLORD said...

Na wa! Postponed strike?. New year strike begins again? Na wa!

No need to be happy then.

Anonymous said...

medical stds r in trouble again...

Forever Moi said...

Better ¤sighsandmoveon¤

golda awosika said...

Thank God o #*karlishah*

Chybykeunderscore Chichi said...

nawaooo

ADERONKE AROGUNDADE said...

Hmmmm, I just hope their voice has been heard.

Kelly Babatunde said...

Halleluyah! I pray the FG address their issue now to prevent further strikes..

john okafor said...

for me no need.

Anonymous said...

As always, the FG will begin dialogue after 2 months and will probably say that the Doctors are out to de-stabilise his govt.

Anonymous said...

As always, the FG will begin dialogue after 2 months and will probably say that the Doctors are out to de-stabilise his govt.

Anonymous said...

As always, the FG will begin dialogue after 2 months and will probably say that the Doctors are out to de-stabilise his govt.

dhobiz said...

They didn't call it off na coz they completed their five days,shey they said it was a warning strike

Oge Mary said...

Hmmm na dis country doctors dey on strike, God y u create me for dis country sef?

Anonymous said...

It pains me that am related to enabulele, ( ˘̶̀˘̯˘̶́) striking for unjustified reasons!(⌣̯̀⌣́) Na human lives be dis oh!(._. )

harnikky said...

Thank God they stopped!

Anonymous said...

We shud bear in mind dat we all re responsible for our actions Mser

mike Oshios said...

Na dem sabi jare

ade said...

people asking where conscience is... its buried in starvation.

ASUU gets what they want, niger/delta gets what they want, even boko haram gets what they want from FG as far as money.

But people who u leave the care of ur lives with, you want them to not ask what they deserve? Nigerian ppl be acting like no-brainers. Some say they are not important ppl in the society and hospital functions without them. some said oath they took... really? how long will u work for under ridiculous circumstances.

these are people with children who go to school. they also have cell phone, nepa etc to pay for. So yea, desperate measures sometimes. Highly unfortunate those who will suffer as a result but how can the person who will treat u be thinking about how he will feed his own family or how his daughter cannot go to decent schools after those yrs of education and commitment to service...

Anonymous said...

Imagine! They even hv d guts to go on strike in d 1st place. How can peepz with d gift of saving lives go on strike? Is tht hw it's done in other places? If so we shldn't emulate them. Or else, bby d time u carry out ur threats and go on strike, then peepz lives are at stake, u will pay for it. By then, dnt go and start crying when calamities befall u peeps saying it's ur enemies or ur villagers.
Mtchew!!!

jeneviv Emma said...

Good news...

udeze obumneme said...

Good for everybody...

Anonymous said...

Anon 9.47pm,u r such a stupid bufoon.i m so sure u don't even know d reason for d strike yet u open u filthy mouth to talk trash.instead of u to pray n ask d govt to carry out d needs of d docs u r talking abt calamities.SMH.Some Nigerians r just so ignorant.FG pls listen to their request we don't want NMA to go on strike lyk ASUU abeg.God help us

Ibrahim Nurudeen said...

Where did this nigeria is goin to

Loisy said...

Kpele oº°˚ ˚°º! E dey pain u gan!

Anonymous said...

atleast u testified dat dey can treat dat

Aminodasilva said...

Wetin be ur job sef dis MAN...Bad belle if u like no go treat ailment

Anonymous said...

loisy,ano 6.58 and aminodasilva,e dey pain me say na only simple catarrh and cough them fit treat.after ten years of studying doctor.
*stand*stareatthem*hiss&catwalkaway*

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