Abuja - There are indications that striking doctors in Nigeria may return to work after a seven-week-old strike based on the meeting between the federal government and the Nigeria Medical Association, Punch reports.
National President of the Nigerian Medical Association, Dr. Kayode Obembe, on Wednesday, gave the assurance that the industrial action embarked upon by medical doctors across the country, would soon be called off.
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He dismissed the impression in some quarters that the striking doctors abandoned the nation in this trying times of major heath challenge on account of the outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease.
The meeting came a week after the federal government sacked 16 000 resident doctors for what was widely believed as punishment for their refusal to return to work in the face of the Ebola outbreak.
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