Aug 9, 2022

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Just In: Lagos Nurses, Midwives Suspend 3-day Warning Strike, 10 Hours After Commencement –

  • The government of the state of Lagos intervened quickly and promised to meet the demands of the nurses and midwives of Lagos
  • This step by the state government has to do so That led to the suspension of their three-day warning strike, previously announced by the nurses and in the early hours of the 10th decision so that the government can comply with their demands

Lagos – The Lagos National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) has suspended its three-day warning strike.

The Punch reported that the nurses launched a three-day warning on Monday 10 January on strike in protest of poor pay and working conditions in the health sector in Lagos State.

Following an emergency union convention on Monday the state e NANNM chairman Oluro Timi Awojide announced that the strike would be suspended so that the government could fulfill its promises.

He said:

” We thank the governor for his quick response; We had a marathon meeting with him and other stakeholders. We hope that the implementation of our demands will begin immediately.

“With this in mind, we are suspending the strike in order to create space for the implementation of our demands. All nurses in the state are expected back at work on Tuesday at 8:00 am. ”

Bye bye Owanbe as the Lagos government says only those with COVID-19 vaccination cards will attend the party

According to the government led by Babajide Sanwo Olu, all attendees at social events in the state must present their vaccination certificates.

Recall that The Presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19, led by the Secretary of the Federation’s Government, Boss Mustapha, said in October that officials without a vaccination certificate and negative coronavirus tests will no longer be allowed to enter their offices from December 1 >

The governor of Lagos, Sanwo-Olu, raises the alarm over rising COVID-19 cases and deaths

In another report the rise in the number of COVID- 19- The deaths recorded in the past week related to there with represent a worrying trend of the third wave of the pandemic in Lagos, when Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu informed the residents about the development on Monday 2nd August.

Governor Sanwo-Olu confirmed that Lagos had recorded an average of six deaths a day in isolation centers for the past week.

A statement that Sanwo-Olu spokesman Gboyega Akosile to Legit. ng sent, quoted the governor.