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FG, resident doctors to meet over strike action

The federal government is scheduled to hold a meeting with executives of the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) on Wednesday, September 6.
The meeting, the federal government said will will be held with NARD and other stakeholders in the health sector to resolve the ongoing strike action by the resident doctors.
The minister of labour and employment Chris Ngige in a statement issued by his deputy director of press, Samuel Olowooker said the crucial conciliatory meeting will be led by the minister of health Isaac Adewole.
Ngige said: “There will be a crucial conciliatory meeting with the president and executive of NARD, president and executive of the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), officials of the Federal Ministry of Health led by the Minister, Prof. Isaac Adewole and other stakeholders.”
The president of NARD Onyebueze John in a statement said the associations strike action will continue until all items in her demand list are resolved by the federal government.
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