The work-a-day drudgeries of the Nigerian state exude the deep contradictions of the polity. The challenges are expression of the foundational crisis of state over which we have been advocating ‘federalism’ as the answer.
True to The Guardian investigation that the National Association Resident Doctors (NARD) could call off its nine week-old strike yesterday, the body, after an emergency National Executive Council (NEC) meeting, gave credence to the report.
The President, Dr. Dare Ishaya, told The Guardian yesterday: “We are aware of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) meeting. We are in communication. Following the development
Our blueprint is a four-pronged approach to solving the problems of the association, namely welfare, State Tertiary Health Institutions (STHIs), consolidation and collaboration.
The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has vowed to continue its eight-week old strike action, just as its new executives were elected, yesterday, in Bauchi.
• FG begs medics for peaceful resolution •NMA may join fray as ultimatum expires today Having appealed against the National Industrial Court’s judgment ordering members to resume duties, the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) is sustaining its seven-week-old nationwide strike. This is even as it would elect a new president this Friday at its…
Peace is not yet in sight in the health sector as the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), yesterday, expressed dissatisfaction with the ruling of the National Industrial Court that restrained its members from continuing with the ongoing strike.
The National Industrial Court, Abuja, on Friday directed the Federal Government and the Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors ( NARD) to proceed with their applications
Respite appears in sight for Nigerians, as the striking Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) and the Federal Government, yesterday, returned to the negotiation table
Although stakeholders see the current move by the Federal Government to reform the country’s health sector towards optimal delivery as a step in the right direction, they fear that the outcome of the exercise might be left to gather dusts in the archives.
Doctors, under the aegis of National Association of Government General Medical and Dental Practitioners (NAGGMDP) have urged Nigerians, especially patients at various hospitals...
Against widespread reports, the Federal Government, yesterday, maintained that it was not owing the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) or any health worker nationwide.