FG meets resident doctors after eight-day strike Today, Friday

FG meets resident doctors after eight-day strike Today, Friday –  The federal government and a group of doctors on Friday (today) will meet to address the curse on the work of doctors.

Charles Akpan, a spokesman for the company and staff, said in a call to reporters on Thursday.

He said the parley would be in the cabinet, headed by the minister of labor and labor, Dr Chris Ngige would be its leader, and doctors and federal government officials would accompany him.

Agreement between FG and doctors broke when health workers expressed confidence in the Memorandum of Action signed with government officials.

NARD at one time their Executive Committee accused the government of lack of trust and expanded the MOA as part of the government’s intention to show the link.

But Ngige said the Federal Government did not agree with the seven principles that NARD needed, “and that it had shown understanding and implementation.”

He said Officlo has started receiving their claims from federal teaching hospitals and health clinics across the state.
According to him, by the end of the work on Thursday, all payments would have been made as the heads and offices of the Accountant-General of the Federation worked even during the public Easter holiday to fulfill the bill.

Meanwhile, the Senate Committee on Health said on Thursday that it was surprising that the Relief Society had started working even though the Federal Government had done what they wanted.

The Speaker of the National Assembly, Yahaya Oloriegbe, spoke publicly on the bill seeking to start the Federal Health Service in Mubi, Adamawa State.

He added that the chairman should contact the national legislature before turning the Force leadership on COVID-19 to the Executive Council.

“I want to acknowledge that at the National Assembly efforts have been made to prevent doctors from working,” he said.

“We had a long race on March 21 and we agreed with everything the doctors said.

“So we are surprised that the doctors living in the most skilled jobs have worked too hard. However, we do not agree. ”
The secretary general, Abdulaziz Abdullahi, who represents the Minister of Health, promised that the company would recognize the views raised by the group.


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