JOHESU’s strike adds to the killing spree
Under normal circumstances, on daily basis, an average of 20 people are killed in Nigeria from road crashes, robbery incidents, domestic violence and other forms of criminality targeted...
JOHESU Strike: Patients demand care, love
Patients and their relations in Gusau and Benin on Friday called for care and love as the JOHESU nationwide strike entered its third day. Correspondents of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Zamfara and Edo States reported that normal healthcare services have been disrupted by the strike. While some patients were seen being attended…
JOHESU nationwide strike takes toll on UITH, Lagos hospitals open for work, provide services
The ongoing strike by the Joint Health Sector Union JOHESU is taking its toll on the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH), as it entered its third day today. The work to rule industrial action was declared by the non-doctors of the nation’s hospitals, especially, teaching hospitals and federal medical centres.....
Health workers begin indefinite strike tomorrow over non-implementation of agreement
Health workers in the country under the auspices of Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) would begin an indefinite strike tomorrow as a result of non-implementation of agreement reached with the Federal Government.
Health workers to shut down hospitals April 18 over alleged breach of agreement
Health workers, under the aegis of the Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU), have issued a 30-working day ultimatum for the Federal Government to implement their demands, beginning from March 15, 2018.
Oyo State workers on strike
Oyo State workers on Tuesday began a three-day warning strike to protest unpaid pensions and gratuities of retired primary school teachers accumulating to 56 months and workers’ non-promotion since 2010.
Health workers petition Buhari on discriminatory appointments at FMoH
Workers under the aegis of the Joint Health Sector Union/Assembly of Healthcare Professional Associations (JOHESU/AHPA) have petitioned President Muhammadu Buhari...
Labour vows to resist delay of minimum wage negotiations
The labour movement in the country has urged the tripartite committee on the review of minimum wage to swing into action immediately.
Nurses stop shift duty over non-payment of allowances
Nurses in Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH), have stopped shift duties in protest against the deduction of two months shift allowances by the hospital’s management.