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Resident Doctors Begin Nationwide Strike Over Unpaid Salaries

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The national affiliation of Resident medical doctors (NARD ) the previous day started out indefinite industrial movement over unpaid remuneration and unsettled demands.

The docs made the remedy after numerous hours of closed door assembly with the federal authorities, which yielded ‘no result’.

talking to leadership in an interview, president of the affiliation, Dr Onyebueze John said the doctors had tabled their grievances earlier than the federal government on the grounds that 2013 and had signed a Memorandum of expertise (MoU) that are but to be met.

He expressed unhappiness over the ill-treatment of resident docs in a few states adding that a number of them are being owed their salaries for several months.

“when we are saying unpaid salaries, we aren’t speaking of merchandising arrears or allowances, we’re talking of fractions of unpaid fundamental consolidated salaries.

In 2015, a number of our contributors at university of Port Harcourt, Uyo among others did no longer obtain their primary salaries for specific months inside the year and among January to may 2017, almost all our contributors in unique federal tertiary establishments have now not obtained their full salaries.

“those in nation institutions aren’t disregarded. Imo state teaching medical institution, LAUTECH Ogbomoso, Oshogbo, among others,” he delivered.

He also said that though the minister of health, Prof Isaac Adewole made attempt to cope with the scenario, it regarded there are some ‘forces’ running tough to ensure the demands of the medical doctors aren’t met.

The NARD president additionally accused a few authorities parastatals of irritating efforts in the direction of addressing the difficulty.

“those technocrats, the office of head of carrier who have refused to make sure that right budgeting was captured for our contributors are part of the hassle,” he said.

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