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The national industrial court has ordered the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) to suspend its ongoing strike. The FG had instituted a suit against the association after an unsuccessful attempt by the house of representatives to mediate between the federal government and NARD. FG asked the court for an order of interlocutory injunction restraining members of NARD from continuing with the action. Ruling on the application, Bashar Alkali, the Judge ordered the suspension of...

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The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has rejected the ruling of the national industrial court, directing the association to suspend its strike. NARD said its seeking to appeal the ruling and file a stay of application. This decision was in a communique released on Friday and jointly signed by Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi, its president, and Jerry Isogun, its general secretary. The FG had instituted a suit against the association after an unsuccessful attempt by the...

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ABUJA — Osagie Ehanire, minister of health, has told resident doctors that their demands will be met and as such should put an end to the ongoing strike action. Ehanire urged the doctors to opt for a peaceful resolution and return to work, assuring that the debts will be cleared. He said this at the briefing of the presidential committee on COVID-19 on Monday. “Last week his excellency, the president received the leadership of the...

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Hon Halima Hassan Tukur, a former House of Representatives member who represents Yauri/Sanga/Ngaski federal constituency has encouraged young women seeking knowledge and political positions to be focused and resilient. Hajiya Halima Tukur while addressing members of the Progressive Young Women Forum (PYWF) drawn from the 36 states of the federation and FCT, told the young women to be consistent and visible so that their communities would notice their hard work and their enthusiasm amid a...

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AWKA — Dr. Francis Wale Oke, President, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria,(PFN) has asked Federal Government to see the need to convoke a summit that would address challenges faced in Education and Health sector. Oke said that education and health summits world comprehensively attack the enormous challenges faced in education and health sector. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the call was contained in a press statement signed by Oke and made available to journalists...

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KANO — Kano State government has pledged to continue to encourage and promote the farming and sales of onions and other commodities in order to open opportunities for the teeming unemployed youths. Governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje made this known when members of the National Onion Producers, Processors, and Marketers Association Of Nigeria paid a visit to him at the Government House, Kano. Represented by his deputy, Dr.Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna, the Governor said Kano State had...

ABUJA — Nigeria Labour Minister, Chris Ngige has announced that the Federal Government has reached a deal with aggrieved Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) and Assembly of Healthcare Professions Association. On September 3, the unions issued a two weeks ultimatim to the government to meet their demands. The meeting agreed that issues of non-implementation of allowances contained in the 2017 agreement, like consequential minimum wage adjustment and skipping would be resolved. The meeting touched on additional...

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YOLA — Governor Ahmadu Fintiri of Adamawa State on Tuesday urged National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members posted to the state to be serious with the Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) programme while in the camp. Fintiri while swearing-in 1,200 corps (646 male and 554 female) for 2021 ‘B’ Stream II orientation course at the permanent NYSC orientation camp Damare, in Girei local government area. Represented by the Commissioner, Ministry of Youth and Sports,...

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CALABAR — The Head of the Research Department of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Dr. Onoho’Omhen Ebhohinhen, said the congress is working on the review of Labour Law in Nigeria. The NLC disclosed said this on Tuesday while having a chat with newsmen at a media round table and strategy design on civil space for the Power of Voices Partnership Project in Calabar. Ebhohinhen maintained that the review was to ensure that the labour laws...

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LAGOS — The Lagos State Government has revealed that it has no plans to sack striking resident doctors at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja. The State Commissioner for Establishment, Training, and Pensions, Mrs. Ajibola Ponnle, in an interview with newsmen, said the government was also recruiting more health workers to fill areas of manpower shortages in the state hospitals. Recently, there have been speculations that the recruitment would ultimately lead to the sacking...

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