The government says that the indefinite strike action embarked upon by health workers under the auspices of the Joint Health Sector Unions is unjustified, and has threatened to invoke the relevant labour laws to deal with the striking workers if they fail to return to their posts.
Health Workers Strike Paralyses Services At UniAbuja Hospital
Daily Trust, 20 April 2018
Activities at the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital (UATH) in Gwagwalada, have been paralyzed following an indefinite strike embarked upon by the hospital's branch of the Joint… Read more »
A protest by Nigerian health workers.
Health Workers Strike - Govt Threatens 'No Work No Pay' Rule
Premium Times, 18 April 2018
The federal government says it will invoke the 'no work no pay rule' rule if the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) persist in their strike, which has crippled health care… Read more »
JOHESU Nationwide Strike Takes Toll On UITH, Lagos Hospitals Open for Work, Provide Services
Guardian, 20 April 2018
The ongoing strike by the Joint Health Sector Union JOHESU is taking its toll on the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH), as it entered its third day today. The work to… Read more »
Health Workers' Strike Cripples Activities in Hospitals Nationwide
Guardian, 19 April 2018
Activities in teaching hospitals were yesterday paralysed across the country as health workers embarked on a nationwide strike. Read more »
Return to Work, Govt Appeals to Striking Health Workers
This Day, 19 April 2018
The federal government has appealed to the striking health workers under the auspices of the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) to return to work. Read more »
The Joint Health Sector Unions has announced an indefinite strike that will paralyse activities in all health institutions across the country. The union embarked on a nationwide ... Read more »
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