Resident doctors suspend strike

The Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD)  has yielded to the plea by well meaning Nigerians to return back to work in the interest of patience and oath of practice and  announced the suspension of its two weeks strike for two weeks.

The two weeks interregnum is to enable the doctors discuss further with the federal government and find a final solutions to the disagreement through dialogue.

However,  the position as announced by the NARD is that if the discussions fail,  they would go back to protest.

This also comes as other health sector  workers announced Wednesday of their resolve to commence another nationwide strike  also,  a move that would totally cripple the sector if not stopped on time.

Source: Signaturetv.com.ng/sunnewsonline.com/Linus Aleke

 

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