Health Workers in Nigeria have resolved to commence a one week nationwide warning strike from next Sunday.
This, they say, is if the federal government fails to immediately address their five- point demands hinged on their welfare.
The demands include payment of withheld salaries, implementation of the July 1 Agreement on Covid-19 Special Inducement and Hazard Allowance, adjustment of CONHESS, and the Implementation of Alternative Dispute Consent Judgment.
National Association of Resident Doctors had insisted that their strike scheduled to commence today, Monday, will go on while they woo other unions to join.
The Joint Health Sector Unions also condemned the recent hike in the price of electricity and petrol.
They also pointed out the transfer of stamp duty collection to the Federal Inland Revenue Service as abnormal.