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  • Lowest Number of New Lassa Fever Cases Recorded in Nigeria
    As outbreak control efforts have been intensified, only five new confirmed cases of Lassa fever were reported in the week that ended on the 15th of April 2018. This is the lowest number of cases reported in a single week since January 2018. This al[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Apr/2018
  • #JOHESUStrike2018: JOHESU Nationwide Strike Takes Toll on UITH, Lagos Hospitals Open for W...
    The ongoing strike by the Joint Health Sector Union JOHESU is taking its toll on the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH), as it entered its third day today. The work to rule industrial action was declared by the non-doctors of the nation&[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Apr/2018
  • #JOHESUStrike2018: We Must Get It Right NOW or NEVER Com. Morakinyo Olajide
    Dear comrades, our attention has been drawn to a letter by the management of NECC Kaduna, which is a follow up to the circular issued by the Ministry of Health which is supposed to be impartial but now looks to be selective in treatment of other he[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Apr/2018
  • #JOHESUStrike2018 Update: JOHESU strike Cripples Activities in Hospitals Nationwide
    Activities in teaching hospitals are currently paralysed across the country as health workers embarked on a nationwide strike.   Admission of patients, medical treatments and surgeries were consequently suspended at the Federal Capital Ter[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Apr/2018
  • Iceland Nursing Association to Pay School Fees of All Male Nursing Students
    The Icelandic Nurses’ Association has recently announced their intention to pay school fees for young male students, in order to encourage more men to become nurses in Iceland, RÚV reports.   Jobs in nursing have always been s[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Apr/2018
  • Lassa Fever Kills 2 People in Abuja
    The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) on Wednesday said two of the three confirmed cases of Lassa fever died within three months in the territory.   Humphrey Okoroukwu, the Director of Public Health and Human Services in the[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Apr/2018
  • JOHESU Strike: Nigerian Government Threatens ‘No Work, No Pay’ Policy
    #JOHESUStrike2018: The Federal Government has reacted to the ongoing strike embarked on by members of the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU).   Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, while reacting to the development, on[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Apr/2018
  • #JOHESUStrike2018: Ignore The Obnoxious Letter From @Fmohnigeria
    Comrades in the struggle, I salute you comradely.our attention has been drawn to the letter from the fmoh on the ongoing strike action.from all intents and purposes,it is clear that the ministry itself is one of the "shadow actors " in th[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Apr/2018
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