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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by dokyOloye: 3:21pm On May 30, 2018
phantom:
grin grin grin grin...i cant laugh abeg. Are you f***kin kidneying me After 6 bloody weeks?? Why go on strike in the first place?? Like say saraki been stylishly comot im leg.These guys need to learn how to go on strike. They should ask NMA. They wrote the playbook.....smh

Putting the lives of nigerians at stake for 44 days and yet come out with nothing Hell no...lol

Make dem go prepare doctors' May salary o jare!
May salary already paid bro. grin grin grin
Sai IPPIS

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by worlexy(m): 3:27pm On May 30, 2018
Brightglory77:
. Some. Of u will just comment without knowing the genesis of all the issues.
Oya tell us the Genesis to Revelation
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by escodotman: 3:30pm On May 30, 2018
Jayloy:
Resumption with nothing. I no fit laugh. grin
When you wanted to win all instead of winning some and losing some but now you've lost all.
They have not lost all. Let's hear from Johesu themselves
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Clakyvip: 3:34pm On May 30, 2018
Its quite unfortunate to see some disheartening comments here. We should all unite together and strive for a better health care system. Our health care system is totally poor starting from workers remunerations to facilities. Workers salary across all sectors is too low, Let everybody come out together and unite with one voice. Negative comments won’t help anybody, the increase in JOHESU salary won’t affect that of the Doctors. Moreover, JOHESU never asked for the same salary as that of the doctors, why so much hate within us. We Health care workers are to show love and care to our clients and patients, yet we have so much hate within us. You will be amazed to the see the strong team spirit within health workers outside of the country.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by escodotman: 3:34pm On May 30, 2018
Fesomu:
Una don mad.. continue na... iv line is for doctors to set...urethra catheter is for doctors to pass...NG tube is for doctors to pass...iv medications are given by HOs in some federal hospitals...and they want equal pay.. Oro rada rada
I guess you are not well informed. I haven't seen it anywhere where they said they want equal pay. If you still wish to argue, what is the equal pay they want with doctors?
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by ozo13(m): 3:34pm On May 30, 2018
madan:
Please let them continue o. sadThis stupid strike took my mum's life, so it's better they continue with their stupidity. JOHESU ko, ESU ni
heya.sorry about that.
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 3:41pm On May 30, 2018
Someone would think the NMA is the one on strike with the spate they shell out press releases.
I thought they are supposed to be VERY BUSY attending to patients but they seem to have so much time on their hands.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by escodotman: 3:42pm On May 30, 2018
IDEKEALUMONA:
Fear of sack and hunger have reset the brains of these greedy lots
Like GEJ sacked all resident doctors few years ago

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 3:43pm On May 30, 2018
escodotman:
I guess you are not well informed. I haven't seen it anywhere where they said they want equal pay. If you still wish to argue, what is the equal pay they want with doctors?


So many Nigerians are gullible to the real agitation of Johesu, Since the ministry of doctors has been dishing out informations, they no longer care to read and know the crucifix behind Johesu strike.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Leopantro: 3:44pm On May 30, 2018
phase1:


Leopantro don't you think this should hit more nerves of 'malaria specialists' like you and mrbigiman? grin

They talk behind your back because you’re standing in front of them,
they know you’re special you’ll never be one of them.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by escodotman: 3:47pm On May 30, 2018
slimany:



So many Nigerians are gullible to the real agitation of Johesu, Since the ministry of doctors has been dishing out informations, they no longer care to read and know the crucifix behind Johesu strike.
It is even more ridiculous that some people think Johesu would agree to suspend the strike without any hope of something concrete. Those people ranting would be disappointed when the outcome of the negotiation would be announced.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 3:48pm On May 30, 2018
escodotman:
Like GEJ sacked all resident doctors few years ago

And what happened after that statement, Did they resumed?. Forget all these sacking of a thing, it's only those that are not within the ambite of the law that will be afraid of sacking a worker that was duly employed and fighting for something that is his right. Health workers are never afraid of that sacking statement, Cos they know it's a child's play. Did you ask yourself why has Johesu refused to resume after the court ordered them to resume within 24hrs lastweek. That alone should speak volume to all discerning minds.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by phase1: 3:48pm On May 30, 2018
Leopantro:


They talk behind your back because you’re standing in front of them,
they know you’re special you’ll never be one of them.


If they talk behind your 'back' by going to Channels, TVC, guardian etc to present facts and you saw them. Then you must suffer a congenital deformity that give you 4 ears, 4 eyes and 2 faces. grin
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 3:50pm On May 30, 2018
worlexy:
it can't work for ASUU, you can't sack a professor and replace him with a fresh graduate.
Didn't yahya Bello did that in KSU
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by madgoat(m): 3:50pm On May 30, 2018
larrrymore:

The same HOs that kill patient everyday

See this JOHESU member ranting grin grin

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by THUNDER4real(m): 3:52pm On May 30, 2018
phantom:

No, the NIC is taking over mediation within 24 hours, NOT delivering judgment within 24 hours. There's a difference..
Do you just felt like quoting me?,,,??try and assimilate before you disgrace yourself...let's see what will happen after 24hours since you can't read and understand...
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 3:54pm On May 30, 2018
escodotman:
It is even more ridiculous that some people think Johesu would agree to suspend the strike without any hope of something concrete. Those people ranting would be disappointed when the outcome of the negotiation would be announced.

Abegi, leave those students Doctors jare. Wetin them know. Awon omo ewe ana. The ministry of doctors just twisted a statement of one of the Johesu official to there own advantage and they quickly went to the media to show how gullible and lazy they (doctors) are. Since the strike have begun, The hospital is as dead like a fly. They are frustrated. To attend to patients sef, na war, They went to the media to announce they are working in there different hospital but in the real fact, They reject patient and turned them back or referred them to there private hospitals.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by phase1: 3:58pm On May 30, 2018
Clakyvip:
Its quite unfortunate to see some disheartening comments here. We should all unite together and strive for a better health care system. Our health care system is totally poor starting from workers remunerations to facilities. Workers salary across all sectors is too low, Let everybody come out together and unite with one voice. Negative comments won’t help anybody, the increase in JOHESU salary won’t affect that of the Doctors. Moreover, JOHESU never asked for the same salary as that of the doctors, why so much hate within us. We Health care workers are to show love and care to our clients and patients, yet we have so much hate within us. You will be amazed to the see the strong team spirit within health workers outside of the country.

When you write like this, they'll think you are weak, beggarly and dependent on them for means of livelihood.

Our predecessors have learnt that the healthcare system is a jungle and every gains they've made so far including the independent establishment of all health professions by their enabling acts was not acquired by begging malaria specialists.


Nothing excites me more than seeing a group of overglorified charlatans in white coats desperately screaming , threatening, crying, lamenting for JOHESU to resume work and releasing memos and counter-memos while 'very busy attending to patients in the working hospitals' which are actually empty. grin

Funny. grin

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Thanks18(m): 4:03pm On May 30, 2018
Benite:
… As NIC takes over mediation process
By Luminous Jannamike

ABUJA – In consideration of the plight of health-seeking public and to give room for an amicable resolution of its dispute with the Federal Government, the Joint Health Sector Unions, JOHESU, on Wednesday agreed to suspend its 44 days old strike on Friday June 1, 2018.

This decision followed the intervention of the National Industrial Court, NIC, which offered to take over the mediation process between the striking health workers and the government.

Before now, an NGO, the Incorporated Trustees of the Kingdom Human Rights Foundation, KHRFI, had obtained a court order against JOHESU; mandating the health workers to suspend their industrial action on the 21st of May, 2018.

But, in pursuit of its constitutional rights to either comply or challenge the Court order, JOHESU filed an appeal at the Appellate Court.

However, the leadership of JOHESU decided to sheath its sword and direct the members of the union to resume duties since the NIC, as a neutral and impartial organ of the Judiciary, has mandated its mediation centre to take over the negotiation and reconciliation processes within the next 24 hrs in the interest of the public.

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/05/breaking-johesu-agrees-suspend-strike-june-1/

This is pure media deception..
Read this!
Pages of newspaper has never been an avenue to disseminate information. Some overzealous individuals did that but we are following due process before we make an informed statement which will be documented in black and white. However until you hear from the leadership, STRIKE CONTINUES
Com. Obisesan,O.A
General Secretary

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Thanks18(m): 4:04pm On May 30, 2018
Statement on Vanguard "Breaking News: JOHESU calls off strike''
A JOHESU Executive said: This info is wrong, the strike has not been called off yet.
We just left the court and we agreed that we would only call off the strike if the NIC is successful in its mediation as a neutral body BTW US and the FG.
If successful in 24 hrs we would immediately call off the strike.
But the strike is still on
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Thanks18(m): 4:05pm On May 30, 2018
Statement on Vanguard "Breaking News: JOHESU calls off strike''
A JOHESU Executive said: This info is wrong, the strike has not been called off yet.
We just left the court and we agreed that we would only call off the strike if the NIC is successful in its mediation as a neutral body BTW US and the FG.
If successful in 24 hrs we would immediately call off the strike.
But the strike is still on
Aluta continua
Adewole do your worse
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by worlexy(m): 4:06pm On May 30, 2018
asuustrike2009:
Didn't yahya Bello did that in KSU
you can't compare state with federal
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by freedomchild: 4:06pm On May 30, 2018
Fake news from an APC minister dishing out lies... no be today. We sabi them... JOHESU has demystified them. that's why they're restless... Nigerian doctors are overated... Remove government owned hospitals from employing them and see them on the streets.... The progress of other healthcare professionals in their various fields have become threat to these doctors... Remove surgery from medical practice and see them become useless

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by motionz: 4:13pm On May 30, 2018
Paperwhite:
cry cry cry God comfort your entire family.
She was meant to die,not johesus fault
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 4:15pm On May 30, 2018
worlexy:
you can't compare state with federal
Says who? Many federal universities don't pay well, many state universities pay more than federal
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Thanks18(m): 4:17pm On May 30, 2018
Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy
Statement on Vanguard "Breaking News: JOHESU calls off strike''
A JOHESU Executive said: This info is wrong, the strike has not been called off yet.
We just left the court and we agreed that we would only call off the strike if the NIC is successful in its mediation as a neutral body BTW US and the FG.
If successful in 24 hrs we would immediately call off the strike.
But the strike is still on
The NIC also ruled in JOHESU's favor against the NGO "Kingdom Hearts'' that they have no Legal standing to demand for our return to work
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by worlexy(m): 4:17pm On May 30, 2018
asuustrike2009:

Says who? Many federal universities don't pay well, many state universities pay more than federal
mention the states that pay more than FG. Do you even know what you're saying?
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by nelsonose: 4:18pm On May 30, 2018
The Agreement at National Industrial Court are as follows:
1. Court takes over the negotiations between
JOHESU & Govt in its Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Centre.

2. JOHESU & Govt side are to nominate their representatives in the ADR process within 24 hours.

3. The agreement reached at the ADR Centre will be registered in the Court as judgment binding on both parties.

4. JOHESU is to initiate the process of allowing normalcy to return to hospitals within 3 days.

Appeal from us: JOHESU is still consulting to take a decision which will be communicated to members accordingly. All social media & newspaper propaganda must be ignored until you hear from your representatives.

We are right now in the Senate for a meeting with the Senate President; NLC & TUC Leadership fully with us in the Senate now for the meeting.

Will keep you updated.

Thanks.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 4:20pm On May 30, 2018
worlexy:
mention the states that pay more than FG. Do you even know what you're saying?
Let me mention just one. Delta State University pays lecturers more than university of Benin

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 4:25pm On May 30, 2018
freedomchild:
Fake news from an APC minister dishing out lies... no be today. We sabi them... JOHESU has demystified them. that's why they're restless... Nigerian doctors are overated... Remove government owned hospitals from employing them and see them on the streets.... The progress of other healthcare professionals in their various fields have become threat to these doctors... Remove surgery from medical practice and see them become useless
the emboldened should be for other health workers and not doctors.. most doctors are in private.. that's if you're sincere enough

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by stasius: 4:26pm On May 30, 2018
Hahahhahahah!


JOHESU una no die there again

Kikikikikikikikiki!

Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 4:26pm On May 30, 2018
nelsonose:
The Agreement at National Industrial Court are as follows:
1. Court takes over the negotiations between
JOHESU & Govt in its Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Centre.

2. JOHESU & Govt side are to nominate their representatives in the ADR process within 24 hours.

3. The agreement reached at the ADR Centre will be registered in the Court as judgment binding on both parties.

4. JOHESU is to initiate the process of allowing normalcy to return to hospitals within 3 days.

Appeal from us: JOHESU is still consulting to take a decision which will be communicated to members accordingly. All social media & newspaper propaganda must be ignored until you hear from your representatives.

We are right now in the Senate for a meeting with the Senate President; NLC & TUC Leadership fully with us in the Senate now for the meeting.

Will keep you updated.

Thanks.
same Senate president who's a medical doctor.. �

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