The Nigerian Association of Resident Doctor (NARD) has suspended its strike at the national level that started April 1st.
The president of the association, Dr. Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi, confirmed the development to newsmen on Saturday night.
He stated that the decision had arrived at a virtual meeting of the National Executive Board of the Association held on Saturday night.
“The strike has been suspended for four weeks.”
Dr Okhuaihesuyi stated in a statement that all house officers yet to be paid, would be paid by Monday.
He said, “All our members on GIFMIS would be migrated to IPPIS and paid their owed salaries in earnest. Those still being owed 2020 MRTF will be paid from the supplementary 2021 budget. 2021 MRTF sorted; increment in hazard allowance being worked on.”
The Association had already organized a meeting with the federal government that lasted on Friday.
The association held a meeting with the federal government that lasted on Friday.
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