Abuja - Health workers under the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) have suspended a three-month old strike after a meeting with President Goodluck Jonathan.
Ayuba Wabba, JOHESU Chairman, confirmed the development and said that workers should be expected to resume duties from Tuesday.
The decision came shortly after the union had secured a meeting with President Jonathan, Premium Times reports.
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Since the beginning of the strike, many doctors have been attending to the healthcare needs of the public without support from nurses, laboratory scientists and various other workers.
Union members proceeded with the industrial action after they expressed dissatisfaction with promises made by the Government, particularly around issues involving salary reviews and various other areas of concern.
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