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Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by Anstalk(f): 8:54am On Sep 04, 2017
ABUJA – RESIDENT Doctors this morning announced that they have commenced indefinite strike. The doctors under the umbrella of National Association of Resident Doctors, NARD who had last week met with the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige and the Minister of Health,

Prof. Isaac Adewole where government made some offers to them said they rejected the offers. A one paragraph statement signed by NARD President, Dr. Onyebueze John in Abuja read,

“Rising from our NEC meeting, which started by 7pm yesterday and ended 3am today. NARD has resolved to reject the promissory offer from Government, and proceed on total and indefinite strike action until all items in her demand list for strike action are resolved by Government.”

http://anstalk.com/breaking-resident-doctors-proceed-indefinite-strike-reject-fgs-offer/

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by Johngla(m): 9:02am On Sep 04, 2017
I dedicate this ftc to those who believe on day Nigeria will be a better place. One love

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by ITbomb(m): 9:19am On Sep 04, 2017
Buhari will be like, "we will crush them if they don't return to work"

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by abuaoyen(f): 9:22am On Sep 04, 2017
Hmmm... The Ship is sinking faster than we thought. God please help our country

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by Firefire(m): 9:22am On Sep 04, 2017
Things fall apart. embarassed embarassed

Nigeria is now technically on strike, since the president has also decided to be on strike by absconding from duty at Aso-Rock.


Painfully, only average Nigerians without private medical health insurance suffers. embarassed


1. ASUU on strike
2. Resident Doctors on Strike
3. Buhary on strike

Who will deliver Nigeria?

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by modelmike7(m): 9:22am On Sep 04, 2017
Na WA o
Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by nwagbaradav: 9:23am On Sep 04, 2017
One problem after another...

We are looking for both medical and financial aid to assist Benue flood victims, yet the doctors believe this is the best time to go on strike...

Nigeria= Not working!!! embarassed

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by 01mcfadden(m): 9:23am On Sep 04, 2017
ASUU strike still on and now this.
Seems everything is heading South now. Things are not in order. We need help for real!

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by stcool(m): 9:23am On Sep 04, 2017
useless government...lies upon lies. Govt of Incompetence by the Incompetent for the Masses

But why did the mofo return, he could have stayed back in London.

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by EMMAUGOH(m): 9:23am On Sep 04, 2017
Buhari roll out the tanks ... This is unpatriotic

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by Lordave: 9:23am On Sep 04, 2017
Most useless government ever!

Buhari has been in London for more than 200 combined days for medications regarding his deteriorated health which has been plagued by all sorts of incurable diseases, despite the outrageous amount of money allocated to the Presidential Hospital in Abuja.
The slowpoke of a president is back half dead, yet he is still to commission any project in the health sector. Not even a foundation for those with his type of ailments who are littered all over his region and other regions as well.
The most useless government cannot even reach an agreement with our resident doctors to keep them from going on strike. If you check very well, you will find out that the offer this government has tabled for our resident doctors is meagre and popularly unacceptable. And you keep wondering what the recovered loots are being used for

Buhari's daughter recently graduated from a foreign University. A university where there's neither "Warning strike" nor "Indefinite Strike".

Nevertheless, a bunch of nonentities parading as Progressive Students Union of Nigeria will come to this same platform and others alike to defend the incompetence of this very worthless government for not resolving the issues that led to the strike action of ASUU. These groups of political zombies will even go as far as labeling their Lecturers "greedy" for not complying with the government to honour their duties and keep teaching in dilapidated schools while they remain in perpetual penury.
I weep for any lost brain who I still to recover from the hypnosis of this failed government.

I spit Buhari's cursed gorimakpa head.

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by deebrain(m): 9:23am On Sep 04, 2017
But come to think of it......

Almost all agencies in Nigeria are going on strike.

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by helinues: 9:23am On Sep 04, 2017
Strike everywhere..

9ja which way?

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by luvinhubby(m): 9:23am On Sep 04, 2017
Security is very suspicious.

Economy is in total shambles.

Power is still epileptic.

Education sector caught the fever 3 weeks ago.

Today, the health sector joined.


Buhari please carry your bad luck and go, we no want again.

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by GreatEvilBeast(m): 9:24am On Sep 04, 2017
Why is this happening in Nigeria na?
Im just so tempted to shout one Mallam from the North's name cry

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by emeijeh(m): 9:24am On Sep 04, 2017
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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by AWOisaCOWARD: 9:25am On Sep 04, 2017
Those people that talk say APC is better than PDP, I just dey luk una with one eye.

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by tonguengineer(m): 9:25am On Sep 04, 2017
Every this idiot touch always turning to dust
Infact he is a JINX

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by Horleey: 9:26am On Sep 04, 2017
Buhari do something b4 something do you!

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by DrHighchief(m): 9:26am On Sep 04, 2017
7pm-3am....Will positive result(s) comes out from meetings held @ night?
Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by ajepako(f): 9:26am On Sep 04, 2017
Firefire:
Things fall apart. embarassed embarassed

Indeed, There was a Country...

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by OkpekeBeauty: 9:26am On Sep 04, 2017
the 10 plaques counting
1. Reduction of global oil price. people blame the economy on this but I think its just the series of badlucks that go with Buhari. He is the opposite of Goodluck
2. Recession
3. Rat
4. Sickness
5. Strike

Buhari let my people GO

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by PASCALSILVA(m): 9:26am On Sep 04, 2017
buhari will be like brutai! send ur men over there and crush them all because nigeria health sector is non negotiatable!


*nonsense!*

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by PatriotTemidayo: 9:27am On Sep 04, 2017
The "fake" Buhari in aso rock wouldn't like this. cheesy

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by tensazangetsu20(m): 9:27am On Sep 04, 2017
ITbomb:
Buhari will be like, "we will crush them if they don't return to work"
cheesy cheesy cheesy grin

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by nero2face: 9:28am On Sep 04, 2017
I remember when AMAECHI said Army has de right to protest if Federal govt don't pay their full entittlement, how Tinubu and Buhari coupled with Oby Ezekwesiri joined ASUU to protest against GEJ govt for not fulfilling the promises made, How APC used CHIBOK girls as a campaign strategy, today all these are gradually coming back against APC and Buhari, I see a mightier power rising against buhari, 2019 should pliz come so fast, I want to see how it's all going to go down...

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by ajepako(f): 9:28am On Sep 04, 2017
It won't bother him in the least

His doctors are abroad, so resident doctors are in for a long wait...

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by obo389(m): 9:28am On Sep 04, 2017
Breaking news on channels but how do they expect us to have access to health care?
Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by smartty68(m): 9:28am On Sep 04, 2017
Thread topic should be "Naija On Strike"

Meanwhile, Buhari is going for another medica trip while his Made In Nigeria Doctors die of starvation

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Re: Resident Doctors Proceed On Indefinite Strike, Reject FG's Offer by Nobody: 9:28am On Sep 04, 2017
Why FG itself no want go strike?


NAIRALANDERS LETS BE READY FOR NEXT WEEK WE ARE GOING ON STRIKE TOO. SEUN NEED TO PAYS US FOR OUR TIME WE WASTED HERE.

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