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NANNM Excos Federal Teaching Hospital Hospital Gombe State NANNM Excos Pay Visit To The New CMD, Dr. Alkali Saidu
Date Posted: 20/Nov/2018
The National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM), Federal Teaching Hospital Gombe have in an epic visit rubbed minds with the authorities of the Hospital. The visit whose main focus was to congratulate the newly appointed CMD, Dr Alkali Saidu, had the exco's convey to the CMD the hearty congratulations and well wishes from the hearts of all the Nurses in the institution. 
 
The visit also paved way for the union leaders Led by the Chairman Comr. Idris Bello, ably represented by the vice Chairman, Comr. John E. Ameh to Intimate the CEO of the pre-existing injustice that bedeviled the Hospital. 
The union leaders urged the new CMD to carry all along and to depart from acts capable of jeopardising the industrial harmony in the hospital.
 
Comrade John E. Ameh further requested  the CMD to grant the EXCO of NANNM audience in the shortest possible time to elaborately discuss pressing issues of concern to Nurses in the institution, and then handed over to the CMD the Congratulatory letter from the body of Nurses and Midwives of the Hospital on behalf of the Chairman, Comr. Idris Bello.
 
The CMD in his response admitted without mincing words the existence of injustice and unfairness to which He will garner strength to make it history.
He, alongside the CMAC,  Dr Zainab Kaltungo expressed confidence on the calibre of Nurses and the leaders we have. 
 
He therefore, called for maximum cooperation of  Nurses if the Hospital must achieve any good result.
 
Signed
Agbo Jibrin Ibrahim,
Secretary, NANNM
Federal Teaching Hospital Gombe

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