The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has called off its 9-day old strike.
The resident doctors reached the decision to end the strike at a virtual National Executive Council (NEC) meeting which ended on Saturday evening, April 10.
Confirming the suspension to newsmen, the President of NARD, Dr. Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi said the association had resolved to resume work following positive consideration of the agreement reached with the federal government at their meeting that held on Friday, April 9. He said all house officers who are yet to be paid will be paid on Monday, April 12.
Okhuaihesuyi said the strike has been suspended for one month and that doctors working in isolation centres will resume at 8am on Sunday, April 11 while resident doctors in other hospitals will resume for work on Monday, April 12.
The doctors began their indefinite strike on April 1 after a meeting with a government delegation on March 31 ended in a deadlock. The doctors are…
Source: Linda Ikeji