FG, JOHESU to Meet Today Over Striking Health Workers

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The Federal Government and the striking Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU), will reconvene today in a bid to find a resolution to the ongoing indefinite strike.
National Vice-chairman of JOHESU, Obinna Ogbonna, who disclosed this on Thursday, said the meeting with the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment will hold today by 12 pm.
The unions had met with the government last Thursday, but the meeting ended in a deadlock.
The health workers are demanding the immediate approval and implementation of the Technical Committee report on Consolidated Health Salary Structure Adjustment by the Federal Government; the immediate payment of the omission and shortfall in the COVID-19 hazard/inducement allowances of affected health workers in federal health institutions;

Written by: Helen Obih

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