STRIKE; NARD,JOHESU,OTHERS GROANS OVER ‘NO WORK, NO PAY’

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Few days after payment of August salaries to Federal workers,the health sector is still grappling with no salary for all its workers in tertiary health Institutions,as government insisted on no work, no pay to striking Medical Doctors.

The twist of the matter was all other bodies in the medical sector which included JOHESU and others have not been paid under some unclear excuses.

Investigations confirmed that both the National Hospital, University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Gwagwalada,Federal Medical Centre Jabi, Keffi and Lokoja revealed blanket implementation of no work ,no pay even when other sectors in the health Institutions are at work since August 2.

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The story is also the same in other federal tertiary health Institutions across the country over resident doctors strike.

National Hospital officials revealed non- payment of August salaries to an unreconciled hazard allowances of medical personel,while at the UATH,a notice was placed on the delay of August salary payment, without the details of the reasons.

At the Federal Medical Centres Lokoja,Keffi,Jabi,staffers were seen in isolation discussing the non payment of August salaries to non Medical Doctors.

Other sources disclosed that the non payment was as a result of no work, no pay been implemented on the Medical Doctors with fear of likely escalation.

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JOHESU while on strike in 2018 lost April ,May salaries to no work, no pay policy of government,insisting on payment of arears, if the goverment decide on payment of August salaries to Medical Doctors.




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