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Home Breaking News Resident doctors issue fresh notice for Strike

Resident doctors issue fresh notice for Strike

The Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has issued a fresh notice to the Federal Government to meet its demands within two weeks or risk industrial disharmony in the health sector.

The association said this in a communique issued on Wednesday after its virtual Extraordinary National Executive Council Meeting (E-NEC).

The communique was signed jointly by NARD’s National President, Dr. Innocent Orji, Secretary-General, Dr. Chikezie Kelechi, and the Publicity and Social Secretary, Dr. Umar Musa, a copy of which was made available to Newsmen

Members of the association embarked on a five-day warning strike on May 17 and also urged the Federal Government to address its concerns before May 29 otherwise there would be industrial disharmony.

The industrial action was embarked upon after the two-week ultimatum issued to the Federal Government on April 29 expired on May 13 without the issues being addressed.

Members of the association however suspended the strike on May 21.

According to the communique, the NEC meeting was held to appraise the level of implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed with the Federal Government on May 19 following the five-day warning strike embarked upon by the association on May 17.

It was to also discuss other pressing issues bordering on the welfare of NARD members.

It stated that “NEC hereby wishes to further extend her already expired ultimatum issued to the government by two weeks with effect from July 5, 2023.

The NEC of NARD insists on the immediate implementation of a minimum of 200 percent increment in the Consolidated Medical Salary Structure (CONMESS) and a review of the associated allowances as requested in her previous letters on the subject matter.

Since the current economic realities in the country cannot justify the continued payment of CONMESS as it is at the moment or any increment below 200 percent as demanded.

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