Nigerian Health Workers End Strike, Give Govt an Ultimatum
Health workers have suspended a six-week strike that nearly saw a collapse of the country's hospitals. The decision was taken after the national industrial court offered to mediate between the unions and the government. The health workers were demanding pay increases and better working conditions.
Guardian, 4 June 2018
Health workers, under the auspices of the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) and Healthcare Professional Associations, will today resume negotiation with the Federal Government.… Read more »
Premium Times, 3 June 2018
The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has shelved its planned strike. Read more »
Medical doctors and other health workers have been on the warpath for long, with the contentious issue being salary adjustments. The battle took another twist as medical doctors ... Read more »
The nationwide strike by health workers may suffer a setback, following a decision by doctors to provide patients with medical care. The Joint Health Sector Unions embarked on a ... Read more »