Abuja - The National Association of Resident Doctors of Nigeria (NARD) has given the Federal Government a 21-day notice to meet their demands or face an indefinite strike.
NARD’s President Dr. Muhammad Askira, who spoke at a news conference in Abuja, said the ultimatum took effect from April 4.
According to him, the resolution was reached by members at the end of the association’s extraordinary executive council.
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He listed some of their demands as payments of members’ salaries till date and appropriate placement of members in states and federal tertiary hospitals across the nation.
Others are reversal of sacked members in some hospitals as well as appropriate funding of residency training programme.
- News 24