NMA ADVOCATES FOR BETTER WELFARE FOR NIGERIAN DOCTORS…
The President of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Dr IAO Ujah FNMA,mni to led the National Officers Committee (NOC) to pay a courtesy call on the Honourable Minister of Labour and employment , HE Senator Dr Chris Ngige for a very high level advocacy geared towards the enhancement of the welfare of Nigerian Doctors.
Members of the NOC present included the 1st Vice President, Dr Razaaq Adebayo; 2nd Vice President, Dr Daiyabu Ibrahim; Secretary General, Dr Ekpe Philip Uche; National Treasurer, Dr Eric Anazodo; National Financial Secretary, Dr Jauro Degri; National Publicity Secretary, Dr Uwah; Immediate Past President, Dr Francis Faduyile and the immediate past Secretary General, Dr Olumiyiwa Odusote. Some of the issues brought to the front burner included the payment of COVID-19 allowances to all Doctors, the increase in the retirement age of Doctors to 65years and 7Oyears for Consultants on Special grade 1 amongst other welfare issues.Leave a reply →
it’s high time the FG took a look at the "miserable" 5k of hazards allowance monthly…covid inducement allowance is just a short term measure to calm nerves. I will suggest 30% of basic for all health workers and , who says it can’t be 50% or more?Reply →
This to Express my and most Nigerians feeling about the shame your organization brought to the country, this is a clear indication that Nigeria problem is the people and not the government. I can imagine any one of you running for a political position, you will kill to win, for you to redeem your image, those involved must be punished both on the association level and professional level. I am the past President of Alliance of Nigerian organizations in Georgia,ANOG. ANOGUSA.ORG
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