Gusau - Chairman of Medical Health Workers Union of Nigeria in Zamfara, Sabo Tsafe, said they would join the strike by National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives if the latter’s requests were not met by government.
Tsafe issued the threat in Gusau on Saturday.
The chairman said they would join the strike if the Federal Government failed to respond to the demand of their colleagues.
He said that the union officials were in Abuja to meet with the federal government on the issue, adding that the outcome of their meeting would determine whether or not they would join the strike.
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Dr Bello Muhammad, Medical Director of Yerima Bakura Specialist Hospital, Gusau, however, said health workers in the hospital were reporting for work.
Muhammad commended the state health workers for not joining the strike.
The nurses' union went on indefinite strike on November 13.