– Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU), is set to commence strike from Wednesday, September 20
– The union tagged the planned strike ‘Operation Alligator Bite’
– JOHESU said that the strike will be more dangerous than the Python Dance declared by the army in the southeast
The crises in the Nigerian health sector seems to have no solution in sight as the Joint Health Sector Unions, JOHESU directed its members to commence strike from Wednesday, September 20 if the federal government fails to meet their grievances.
The union tagged the planned strike ‘Operation Alligator Bite’.
According to them, the strike will be more dangerous than the Python Dance declared by the army in the southeast, Vanguard reports.
NAIJ.com had reported that the National Association of Resident Doctors on Thursday, September 7, refused to call off the strike action embarked on by its union despite holding a 13-hour meeting with representatives of the federal government in Abuja.
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The meeting was held at the federal secretariat in Abuja and it ended in the early hours of Thursday, September 7.
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