Lagos - Contrary to news making the rounds that Nigerian public sector doctors have suspended their nationwide strike, the doctors said they have not.
They have denied the report and have vowed to continue with the strike, reports NewsDay.
Initial reports indicated that the doctors decided to call off the almost five-week old strike to enable doctors help curtail the spread of the Ebola virus, which is currently ravaging some West African countries.
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The leadership of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) it was learnt only directed its members in Lagosr to suspend the strike to allow them join the Lagos State government in containing the Ebola virus in the state.
Read more at NewsDay.
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