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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Rolandken(m): 7:19pm On May 30, 2018
larrrymore:

The same HOs that kill patient everyday
Your Jealousy that you couldnt become a doctor is so sad. Doh. Take heart. It's well.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Acmexy: 7:24pm 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.

God bless you. Best comment I've read so far.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by investman: 7:31pm On May 30, 2018
But the question I've been asking is this;;--

Does it mean that without other health workers our Nigerian doctors are incapable of providing all the required health services?
If the other health workers are that less important why are they being FORCED back to work??
Y have all the public health facilities almost totally grounded, that it leaves the minister for health with no other option than to re- recruit new staff of same insignificant health workers??
When d worst comes to d worst at least the house officers can do the cleaners job!! shocked

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by DemonMonkey7(m): 7:31pm 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
Mumu doctor .. But yet if you want O+ve blood you go run come blood bank, why you no stand do cross match by yaself ... Doctor my brown Yansh

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by larrrymore(m): 7:37pm On May 30, 2018
Rolandken:

Your Jealousy that you couldnt become a doctor is so sad. Doh. Take heart. It's well.
Doctor.... hell NO

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by DemonMonkey7(m): 7:51pm 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.

Pls remind me who are you again? A registrar? Or a common corper I'm shocked n utterly perturbed that at this stage in your life you still talk about GIT disturbances, stroke, and hypertension, when your mates in Canada are doing better, u derive joy watching Gray's anatomy, than making things happen, wearing lab coats upandan, some even wear it to eating areas.... Oga I've travelled around ask a dentist who is in Spain.. .its time u decide what u really want out of the crumbs u have left lol.. Was at the hospital yesterday.. Oga doctor couldn't seal common PCV... THEYLL remain phuulish till I return

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by phaamsaam: 7:52pm On May 30, 2018
https://twitter.com/SPNigeria/status/1001882039732359168

The Govt cannot continue with this propaganda transmission style... We are winning the war... Aluta continua... Hoping the health sector gets revamped and we get close to international best practices

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 7:54pm On May 30, 2018
frankpro27:
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.

Lobatan
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by SUNDICOS(m): 8:10pm On May 30, 2018
Angelb4:
Haters will not like to hear this. They are always being used by some wailing elements to distort and distract govt's endeavours. At least, I am glad to hear this.
warming for NYSC

Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by joyandfaith: 9:11pm 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.
Thank you. Johesu thinks they can manage leukemia better than haematologist, nephrotic syndrome than paediatric nephrologist, renal failure than nephrologist, make diagnosis of ameloblastoma than pathologist, etc

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Dnaz(m): 9:50pm On May 30, 2018
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by phase1: 10:43pm On May 30, 2018
DemonMonkey7:


Pls remind me who are you again? A registrar? Or a common corper I'm shocked n utterly perturbed that at this stage in your life you still talk about GIT disturbances, stroke, and hypertension, when your mates in Canada are doing better, u derive joy watching Gray's anatomy, than making things happen, wearing lab coats upandan, some even wear it to eating areas.... Oga I've travelled around ask a dentist who is in Spain.. .its time u decide what u really want out of the crumbs u have left lol.. Was at the hospital yesterday.. Oga doctor couldn't seal common PCV... THEYLL remain phuulish till I return


Lmao! The most 'safety ignorant' set of health workers I've ever seen are the physicians. You see them wearing their ward coats in hospital restaurants and even outside the hospital environment spreading nosocomial infections all over the place thinking they are impressing ignorant Nigerians. cheesy

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by APL33: 11:12pm On May 30, 2018
worlexy:
it can't work for ASUU, you can't sack a professor and replace him with a fresh graduate.

How many of the so called professors are actually profs. Most of dem don't even have a chapter to their name, not to talk of writing a book in their respective fields.
Ma stance is that TIME paints the greatest pictures, because thoes B.Sc, Msc nd PhD high fliers of 2day would make excellent Profs of 2Mao
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by APL33: 11:19pm On May 30, 2018
DemonMonkey7:


Pls remind me who are you again? A registrar? Or a common corper I'm shocked n utterly perturbed that at this stage in your life you still talk about GIT disturbances, stroke, and hypertension, when your mates in Canada are doing better, u derive joy watching Gray's anatomy, than making things happen, wearing lab coats upandan, some even wear it to eating areas.... Oga I've travelled around ask a dentist who is in Spain.. .its time u decide what u really want out of the crumbs u have left lol.. Was at the hospital yesterday.. Oga doctor couldn't seal common PCV... THEYLL remain phuulish till I return

Liar, what took u there? Nd which.if the.doctor was that? Give us.names
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by JhyMedex: 11:22pm On May 30, 2018
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a few of dem..few indeed r useful.. d surgical nurses especially n possibly d midwives..
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by APL33: 11:26pm On May 30, 2018
investman:
But the question I've been asking is this;;--

Does it mean that without other health workers our Nigerian doctors are incapable of providing all the required health services?
If the other health workers are that less important why are they being FORCED back to work??
Y have all the public health facilities almost totally grounded, that it leaves the minister for health with no other option than to re- recruit new staff of same insignificant health workers??
When d worst comes to d worst at least the house officers can do the cleaners job!! shocked



We all know who. Does the menial jobs. Recruiting new staffs is just a way of telling u guys that an uneducated man can replace a jehesu worker that has 50years experience. He.just need to be told wat to do.

If u dont want to work, is it a crime to employ some one who would be willing and capable?

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by ubyrich(m): 12:58am On May 31, 2018
EsotericMonk:
Whoz the looser now? JOHESU want to get through the back door what they didn't work for.
They are coming back empty handed, ontop that they fit no get salary for May o grin.
Chai, June 1st go sweet, I would soo laff all those wayo ppl wey dey form say them go show me what they're made of. Esp the nurses, strange bedfellows who are just tagging along for the sake of it.
All the flippant rhetorics and propaganda, where did it land you. Their leaders have received brown envelopes from Saraki while their followers would continue to wallow in hunger.
The work you guys left is waiting for you, una eye go tear.


Seriously, you have a problem. You're not fit to be a person. What do you mean by nurses being "strange bedfellows, who are just tagging along for the sake of it"?? You're the reason this country is so divided. I wish you well.

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by ubyrich(m): 1:03am On May 31, 2018
APL33:


We all know who. Does the menial jobs. Recruiting new staffs is just a way of telling u guys that an uneducated man can replace a jehesu worker that has 50years experience. He.just need to be told wat to do.

If u dont want to work, is it a crime to employ some one who would be willing and capable?

Do you know the health workers JOHESU represents??
Ignorance eh!!!
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by frank41(m): 4:28am On May 31, 2018
All those concerned (JOHESU) has keep mute....they don't want to comment again...The other day one of them engaged me in a wrestling contest here and I assured him that will soon return back to their duty post with little or no positive turn up.
Yeye pple!
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by APL33: 5:09am On May 31, 2018
ubyrich:


Do you know the health workers JOHESU represents??
Ignorance eh!!!

Mr enlighten me. Cos I know the important people are not under u. That's why the minister didn't bodge.

Selfish people who had gots to threaten Nigeria with Ebola. We don't need u to fight Ebola. grin
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 6:02am On May 31, 2018
ubyrich:


Seriously, you have a problem. You're not fit to be a person. What do you mean by nurses being "strange bedfellows, who are just tagging along for the sake of it"?? You're the reason this country is so divided. I wish you well.
Oh well, on this note, i would be glad to divide the country much further.
I can do with more well wishes from you. Bring it on, its vitamins to my bones.
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by olalekanadewum(m): 6:10am On May 31, 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

The health workers can never be sacked so be deceived
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Leopantro: 7:18am On May 31, 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





Fejiro Oliver wrote;

All JOHESU workers mandated to resume work tomorrow, 31st May 2018

This is as directed by the National Body.

They lost the war, got bruised and returned back empty handed. They scored own goal.


No pay for health workers, FG insists http://punchng.com/strike-no-pay-for-health-workers-fg-insists/
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Thanks18(m): 9:23am On May 31, 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 worst
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Thanks18(m): 9:24am On May 31, 2018
Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy
# Fowardedasrecieved .
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.
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by ubyrich(m): 10:12am On May 31, 2018
EsotericMonk:

Oh well, on this note, i would be glad to divide the country much further.
I can do with more well wishes from you. Bring it on, its vitamins to my bones.

lol...... Nigerians eh
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by oyatz(m): 10:18am On May 31, 2018
Even though I don't like commenting on this JOHESU matter but sometimes I get irritated by their propaganda.

How did you come to the conclusion that all doctors in Nigeria are employed by government hospitals?
Is there anywhere government employ everybody?
If ordinary medical quacks make it through hospital practice, what makes you think doctors can do better?

#privatizetheteachinghospitalsnow!





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
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Nobody: 11:22am On May 31, 2018
ubyrich:


lol...... Nigerians eh
grin
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Amarabae(f): 12:40pm On May 31, 2018
goxx:
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"
Choi this is brutal.
You no get joy o.
grin grin

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Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by careerwoman(f): 9:31pm On May 31, 2018
Breaking: JOHESU suspends six weeks strike action http://thenationonlineng.net/breaking-johesu-suspends-six-weeks-strike-action/


Finally, a communique has been released from the JOHESU ogas. Striking workers to resume work tomorrow..

Plus the 'no work no pay policy' is in effect meaning nobody will be paid one and the half months salary. This is not the first time this policy will be in use - the first being when resident doctors went on strike last year.

I'm happy the poor Nigerian will be able to get affordable health services in the teaching hospitals now. No more preferential service. smiley
Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by careerwoman(f): 9:35pm On May 31, 2018
Here

Re: JOHESU Agrees To Suspend Strike June 1 by Leopantro: 11:25pm On May 31, 2018
Thanks18:
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

Abeg, strike still dey?

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