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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by stasius: 4:29pm On May 30, 2018
JO JO wetin happen?

U no die here again?

Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 4:37pm On May 30, 2018
larrrymore:

The same HOs that kill patient everyday
A HO killed your family member abi. Dont go down this lane, it wont end well for you

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by JhyMedex: 4:44pm 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

Seriously..d house officers run d wards...dey do their duties and all d duties if the nurses too..

Ask a nurse to get u guaze to fix a patient ..d kind of attitude dey will put up will scare d devil...

some will outrighlty ask u to go get it ursef..

dey sit down watch telemundo and african magic 4 8hrs everyday n get fat yl d house officers and oda Drs r working and saving lives...

Make i no even start wit doz pharmacist first...

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by wallex1983(m): 4:51pm On May 30, 2018
44days 4nothing
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by ceaser: 4:53pm On May 30, 2018
chucs:
I'm honestly laughing at those comments from amateurs here. So u guys think u can sack a civil servant like that? It shows u guys are just student doctors cuz if u are conversant with civil service rule,u will know steps u will take before terminating or sacking someone's appointment. I thank the Executive memebers for their efforts so far and hope the NIC will give favourable justice. Justice shall prevail no matter how doctors try to mask it.

Applicants that turned out for job interview in LUTH. Replacements thronged the place.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by phantom(m): 4:57pm On May 30, 2018
^^^^^^ grin grin grin

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by TempoJames(m): 4:58pm On May 30, 2018
grin
Enuguboy4nsk:
same Senate president who's a medical doctor.. �
hunger go soon wire johesu grin
Enuguboy4nsk:
same Senate president who's a medical doctor.. �
hunger go soon wire johesu
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by frankpro27(m): 5:03pm On May 30, 2018
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 Nempi(m): 5:09pm On May 30, 2018
No way! This strike must not be called off. The hospital belongs to everyone. A gateman must be allowed to become health minister... Bla bla bla

JOHUSTLE how market?

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by ceaser: 5:11pm On May 30, 2018
lekikosky:
I could smell madness with people who antagonize JOHESU, is it a crime to ask for better condition of service? I'm really sure most of you need psychiatrist.

Funny. A psychiatrist happens to be a medical doctor. It means johesuites know the truth about who the patient comes to see in the hospital, but they'd rather stand the truth on its head. I'm glad you didn't say a psychologist, who will invariably be johesu if he works in a Nigerian hospital.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by drsugar: 5:11pm 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

When an allied health worker says "remove surgery from medical practice and doctors are useless ", It reveals the level of ignorance of most health workers (and general public). If I ask you if you can manage hypertension and diabetes successfully now, I'm sure you'll say you can do it better than a cardiologist and an endocrinologist respectively. I'm sure you can manage a stroke patient better than a neurologist. I'm sure you can manage a patient with malabsorption syndromes better than a gastroenterologist. I'm sure you can manage a patient with nephrotic syndrome better than any nephrologists in Nigeria. All these are not surgeries and the list goes on. slowpoke, I don't know why it's a big deal for doctors to lead the health team.


Nobody is saying doctors should oppress the health team. Doctors have been leading the health team for centuries, it's has already become a birthright.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by lomaxx: 5:16pm On May 30, 2018
drsugar:


When an allied health worker says "remove surgery from medical practice and doctors are useless ", It reveals the level of ignorance of most health workers (and general public). If I ask you if you can manage hypertension and diabetes successfully now, I'm sure you'll say you can do it better than a cardiologist and an endocrinologist respectively. I'm sure you can manage a stroke patient better than a neurologist. I'm sure you can manage a patient with malabsorption syndromes better than a gastroenterologist. I'm sure you can manage a patient with nephrotic syndrome better than any nephrologists in Nigeria. All these are not surgeries and the list goes on. slowpoke, I don't know why it's a big deal for doctors to lead the health team.


Nobody is saying doctors should oppress the health team. Doctors have been leading the health team for centuries, it's has already become a birthright.

Solid point. You're doing a good job educating these folks.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by ceaser: 5:22pm On May 30, 2018
phase1:



Oh.... I must have hit some nerves with some of my comments on some of the threads exposing the lies of the over-glorified 'malaria specialist' dokitas. grin

I have gone through the thread and called leading exco members of JOHESU. The call-off remains unofficial till JOHESU releases a situation report and an official memo. Vanguard is not JOHESU's official mouthpiece. You are celebrating too early. Don't you think? grin




The same manner johesu excos boasted to have spoken with about 5 chairmen of governing council and all five confirmed the fact that the minister has no right to summon them to Abuja for meeting to take decisive steps on the impasse.

Less than 24 hours after, all summoned board chairmen were in Abuja with Adewole.

You see, johesu in one of their communique has sanctioned propaganda as a tool allowed in furtherance of their agenda during this strike. Ironically, the propaganda tool is used more on her members to give them false hope of victory.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Smartademu(m): 5:29pm On May 30, 2018
See them running their mouth without knowing the details of the story. The NIC has taken over as mediators b/w JOHESU and govt and have constituted a panel for that. The agreement is that if the panel succeed in their task within 24hrs JOHESU would call off the action on Monday.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by chucs: 5:29pm On May 30, 2018
ceaser:


Applicants that turned out for job interview in LUTH. Replacements thronged the place.
lol,let us see how it pans out.
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by MrBigiman: 5:35pm On May 30, 2018
drsugar:


When an allied health worker says "remove surgery from medical practice and doctors are useless ", It reveals the level of ignorance of most health workers (and general public). If I ask you if you can manage hypertension and diabetes successfully now, I'm sure you'll say you can do it better than a cardiologist and an endocrinologist respectively. I'm sure you can manage a stroke patient better than a neurologist. I'm sure you can manage a patient with malabsorption syndromes better than a gastroenterologist. I'm sure you can manage a patient with nephrotic syndrome better than any nephrologists in Nigeria. All these are not surgeries and the list goes on. slowpoke, I don't know why it's a big deal for doctors to lead the health team.


Nobody is saying doctors should oppress the health team. Doctors have been leading the health team for centuries, it's has already become a birthright.

I have seen cases messed up by Johesu members all in the name of equating themselves with Medics, 5 of such cases are on my bed. These are strictly medical cases that require sound clinical judgement.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by frankpro27(m): 5:48pm On May 30, 2018
Breaking: The minister of health has bin summoned by the president over his letter sacking all the federal health workers he did not employ without the consent of the head of service. The head of service has petitioned the presidency on the infringement of his right of office by the health minister. His fraudulent case that was pending before he was made the health minister has bin revisited. We are at the verge of victory. From a reliable source the pengasen and nupeng and other unions under the umbrella of the TUC has written to the president for urgent response to our plights or the nation will bear the consequences. Be steadfast and focused we are not alone in this battle. let us wait patiently for the ten days ultimatum by the NANS. Everyone must join in this struggle. Adewale is on hot seat. The fire is burning.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by gabe: 5:51pm On May 30, 2018
May I remind you health workers in this country that you have it good compared to your fellow workers. A fresh graduate in most ministries earn 55k as level 8. A fresh graduate who did the same course with the guy will earn like 90k at an equivalent grade. A medical doctor fresh from NYSC earns like 250k in federal hospitals. That's a level 17 director's salary. It will take you, a fellow university graduate 30 years in the ministry before you can earn that salary. Nowhere do you hear these doctors or JOHESU ask for well equipped hospitals, better training to better serve people only salaries, allowances etc. Please continue the 'good' work.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by escodotman: 5:52pm On May 30, 2018
slimany:


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.
There has not even been any official statement directly by Johesu apart from the one circulating online by some media looking for clicks. Until Johesu announce that the strike has been called off, then the news should be disregarded.
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by NairaMaster1(m): 6:01pm On May 30, 2018
worlexy:
The fear of massive sack is the beginning of wisdom.
See the job you're playing with, millions of qualified Nigerians are ready to displace you and take up the job.
Asheju baba ashete

Massive sack is no threats to pharmacists and nurses. Can Nigeria boast amongst nations if these are not in the health sector?

The body also have the power to withdraw licenses of any one the accepts job from FGN. Do you understand?

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by escodotman: 6:03pm On May 30, 2018
Nempi:
No way! This strike must not be called off. The hospital belongs to everyone. A gateman must be allowed to become health minister... Bla bla bla

JOHUSTLE how market?
Before you begin your sarcastic utterances, wait for an official statement from Johesu. There's nowhere in the post where Johesu was quoted to have said anything. When they began the strike, they spoke directly through the media and I want to believe that when they call of the strike, they wouldn't want any newspaper to speak for them.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Alanzazani: 6:15pm 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.

Like you said let there be harmonization. You a health worker is not better than an Engineer in the ministry of information that earns peanuts. So let's speak with a voice

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Alanzazani: 6:17pm On May 30, 2018
[quote author=JhyMedex post=68024288]

Seriously..d house officers run d wards...dey do their duties and all d duties if the nurses too..

Ask a nurse to get u guaze to fix a patient ..d kind of attitude dey will put up will scare d devil...

some will outrighlty ask u to go get it ursef..

dey sit down watch telemundo and african magic 4 8hrs everyday n get fat yl d house officers and oda Drs r working and saving lives...

Make i no even start wit doz pharmacist first...[/quote

Truly nurses are majorly bitter people from my observation..very heartless]

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by worlexy(m): 6:22pm On May 30, 2018
NairaMaster1:


Massive sack is no threats to pharmacists and nurses. Can Nigeria boast amongst nations if these are not in the health sector?

The body also have the power to withdraw licenses of any one the accepts job from FGN. Do you understand?



No council or body can withdraw someone's licence just because he/she takes up a job. They can only withdraw someone's licence in cases of professional misconduct.
Note:Nursing council is different from NANNM just like MDCN is different from NMA

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by frank41(m): 6:34pm 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.


Tell them bro.
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Everking(m): 6:43pm On May 30, 2018
Pray all is not in vain
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by goxx(m): 6:45pm 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
You should be ashamed of yourself. Your counterparts in other parts of the world are making medical discoveries and intervention everyday, you are here boasting of 'setting IV line'. How many kidney transplant can u people perform successfully or have done in the last decade?? No wonder with your stupid medical degree, you're not even qualified to be a phlebotomist in the US or other European countries.
Local champs here treating malaria and typhoid calling themselves doctors. "IV lines yhen yhen yhen"

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by tardell007(m): 7:05pm On May 30, 2018
drsugar:
Nurses and pharmacists should wake up and disengage from Johesu... The three core clinical professions are medicine, nursing and pharmacy. They should focus more on "re-professionalisation " of there profession. The 3 have different Jobs in clinical practice. Let the doctors lead, it doesn't matter. Once you distinguish yourself in your profession of study, you'll get the respect you deserve. Lab scientists are not part of us. They are only using you guys to achieve their aims, and you get little or nothing. Imagine a doctor saying he wants to be a nurse, he wants to start running shifts like nurses, he wants to be called a matron and so on. Does that not sound ridiculous. Re-professionalize and stay out of Johesu
what happened to dentistry?Not a core clinical profession,i guess.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Thanks18(m): 7:07pm On May 30, 2018
escodotman:
There has not even been any official statement directly by Johesu apart from the one circulating online by some media looking for clicks. Until Johesu announce that the strike has been called off, then the news should be disregarded.

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 worst

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 7:13pm On May 30, 2018
escodotman:
There has not even been any official statement directly by Johesu apart from the one circulating online by some media looking for clicks. Until Johesu announce that the strike has been called off, then the news should be disregarded.

COMRADES, I CAN CONFIRM TO YOU THAT JOHESU IS STILL ON STRIKE. NEGLECT ALL MISLEADING PUBLICATIONS IN THE MEDIA. FROM E O POPOOLA ABUJA ESAU SECTOR CHAIRMAN
‬: While appreciating the effort made so far by our leaders, it is pertinent to state categorically the terms of settlement as follows:
1.conhess adjustment table to be approved and circularised.
2.payment of arrears thereon at least as applied to medical doctors.
3.immediate release of our April Salary and payment of salary due- May Salary.
4.Withdrawal of letter on purported sack threat.
5.Inclusion of non victimisation clause on the part of management on staff who participated in the strike
6.Any other matter of importance. *#copied*

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by olat45(m): 7:14pm On May 30, 2018
Sincerely I do wonder what this NMA guys think they are, can you do it alone?.. With the paralysed activities of the hospitals throughout the federation... Of what help have you been to patient.. Yet you claim you're the Alpha in the health sector... Anyway I don't have much to say because you can never poke your nose into physiotherapy as you do to nurses and others.. Shikena

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by phase1: 7:14pm On May 30, 2018
ceaser:


The same manner johesu excos boasted to have spoken with about 5 chairmen of governing council and all five confirmed the fact that the minister has no right to summon them to Abuja for meeting to take decisive steps on the impasse.

Less than 24 hours after, all summoned board chairmen were in Abuja with Adewole.

You see, johesu in one of their communique has sanctioned propaganda as a tool allowed in furtherance of their agenda during this strike. Ironically, the propaganda tool is used more on her members to give them false hope of victory.

For donkey years NMA have been using propaganda to deceive Nigerians and fooling them that other professionals are not important. JOHESU remains steadfast, they are close to their goals that's why NMA is jittery and releasing memos every minute.

Lemme give you an update...

We were in court to challenge the motion filed by faceless NMA-sponsored NGO 'kingdom int'l' whatever...

The Court Ruling was:

1. Court takes over the negotiations btwn
JOHESU & Govt in its Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Centre.

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

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

4. JOHESU is urged (not ordered) 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.

Thanks.

DR. G. C. Okara (FMLSCN)

In a related development your 'minister of malaria dokitas' is in trouble...

Breaking: The minister of health has been summoned by the president over his letter sacking all the federal health workers he did not employ without the consent of the head of service. The head of service has petitioned the presidency on the infringement of his right of office by the health minister. His fraudulent case that was pending before he was made the health minister has been revisited. We are at the verge of victory. grin

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