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|Are Nigerian Health Workers The Most Callous And Barbarous In The World by Babalegba(m): 12:33pm On May 30, 2018|
Nigerian heaith workers,be they doctors nurses or just clerical staff are always on strike for more money or some flimsy excuses.This is despite the fact that they are disproportionately paid higher than the rest of the population. These people whose god is mammon are callous, wicked and insensitive to the plight of the general population. I do wonder sometimes if these things are animals or just devils in human form and just present to inflict misery on Nigerians. I've only ever had practical experiences of two countries healthcare Nigeria and Britain. Obviously British health workers are far more compassionate and less greedy than their barbarous Nigerian counterparts. Has anybody encountered more wicked health workers than the ones in Nigeria who are always blackmailing the government and the people threatening them with death and pain if they don't surrender.. Why is there a no strike clause in their contract and moreover why not just sack all of them and begin afresh.
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