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COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Brika: 7:39pm On Apr 01, 2020
The management of Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) Teaching Hospital, Parklane, Enugu has reacted to the peaceful demonstration by the nurses demanding for sufficient protective materials, disclosing that the State Multi-sectoral Rapid Response Team including the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) WHO, UNICEF, other development partners and philanthropists have provided enough quantities of those materials for which the nurses demonstrated.

A joint statement by the management of the hospital, leadership of the nurses in the institution and Chairman of the Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC), Comrade Ben Asogwa, stated that "these nurses were a few who were apprehensive of their frontline status in the management of COVID-19 pandemic".

While regretting the incident, the hospital management and leadership of the nurses assured the public that they will continue to render health services at the highest level of care as has been the case.The management of Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) Teaching Hospital, Parklane, Enugu has reacted to the peaceful demonstration by the nurses demanding for sufficient protective materials, disclosing that the State Multi-sectoral Rapid Response Team including the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) WHO, UNICEF, other development partners and philanthropists have provided enough quantities of those materials for which the nurses demonstrated.

A joint statement by the management of the hospital, leadership of the nurses in the institution and Chairman of the Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC), Comrade Ben Asogwa, stated that "these nurses were a few who were apprehensive of their frontline status in the management of COVID-19 pandemic".

While regretting the incident, the hospital management and leadership of the nurses assured the public that they will continue to render health services at the highest level of care as has been the case.

The statement read; “The Management of Enugu State University Teaching Hospital Parklane, Enugu in conjunction with the leadership of the Nurses of the same institution regret what happened today regarding nurses who were demonstrating.

“These nurses were a few who were apprehensive of their frontline status in the Management.

“The Enugu State Multi-Sectoral Response Team including NCDC, WHO, UNICEF, other development partners and philanthropists have provided enough quantities of those materials for which the nurses were demonstrating.

“We assure the public that the hospital will continue to render health services at the highest level of care as has been the case.”

https://globaltimesng.com/covid-19-management-reacts-to-protest-by-esut-nurses-over-lack-of-ppe/

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by AJOBI77(m): 7:54pm On Apr 01, 2020
Yinmu
Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by sapientia(m): 7:56pm On Apr 01, 2020
You can imagine.

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Slawormir: 7:56pm On Apr 01, 2020
Damnnnnn niggarrr
Ioskay
Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Isoduwa(m): 7:56pm On Apr 01, 2020
Ok let me email you

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Mac2016(m): 7:56pm On Apr 01, 2020
Soldiers without necessary ammunitions on battlefront and Health workers without the necessary PPEs are in the same situation.
Pls help them with whatever they need.
#staysafe

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Tomjazzy2: 7:56pm On Apr 01, 2020
A simple video of these PPEs would have sufficed undecided

That some nurses, no matter how few, who're supposed to be professionals, are now suddenly apprehensive, still points to some deep underlying issues, no matter how you look at it.

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Bossontop(m): 7:57pm On Apr 01, 2020
undecided
These assholeś are coming to say there's enough on ground when he pipu doing d work are saying there is not enough........who do these assholeș think they are deceiving??

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Ijeleigbo(m): 7:57pm On Apr 01, 2020
They deserve to be protected oh! Kudos to all health workers over the world, you guys are the real MVP

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by baconline(m): 7:57pm On Apr 01, 2020
Rubbish, trying to cover up the obvious

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by leicestercamper: 7:57pm On Apr 01, 2020
Enugu state has a well oiled propaganda machinery. Even in the face of a failed state, they are still defending the failure governor . Tufia

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by brownemmanuel43(m): 7:58pm On Apr 01, 2020
This is Naija for all. Imagine at this critical time.
I see no change in Naija, that's the fact.

There is a secret my boss has that fetches him min of 500$/month.
Things needed to start
Laptop
Good internet
5 hrs daily
200$
Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Esidene977: 7:58pm On Apr 01, 2020
Scammers in disguise!
Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Salvador1: 7:58pm On Apr 01, 2020
grin

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Kizzygentle: 7:58pm On Apr 01, 2020
B
Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by SirKomA(m): 7:58pm On Apr 01, 2020
One problem with Nigeria is that time is always being wasted before the needful is done.
Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Lymasaba(m): 7:58pm On Apr 01, 2020
angry the equipment may be at the hospital but not provided to them ... like the weapons for fighting bokoharam

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by ozowarac: 7:58pm On Apr 01, 2020
The should know how the accept materials from other countries expecially China.
Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Nobody: 7:59pm On Apr 01, 2020
WE DONT NEED NURSES TO CURE COVID-19....The BIBLE SAYS in mark 16vs 17-18
And these signs will accompany those who believe: In My name
they will drive out demons; they will speak in new tongues; 18 they will pick up snakes with their hands, and if they drink any deadly poison, it will not harm them; they will lay their hands on the sick, and they will be made well.”
No single Nigerian Christian/Pastor can lay hand on Covid -19 patient to cure them because they are all FAKE.

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by nextstep(m): 8:00pm On Apr 01, 2020
So what did they protest for? Management is not telling us the whole story. Tune in next week and find out that they didn't provide the equipment.
Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Babatunde40(m): 8:00pm On Apr 01, 2020
They should meet them physically and respond to them. Responding online to us is politics
Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by sw: 8:01pm On Apr 01, 2020
Everything about this country na scam

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Urchman200: 8:01pm On Apr 01, 2020
Can we please see the equipments for better reaction,enough of audio provisions, at least their protest were made known to the members of the public, show us the equipments pls?
Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by SoNature(m): 8:01pm On Apr 01, 2020
So these idiots want us to believe this nonsensical press release?

Nigeria is a useless country, I swear it
Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by mrkings84(m): 8:04pm On Apr 01, 2020
Very quick response....but u can't be quick to go give d nurses ordinary ppe.....
U want make them contract coro abi?


God abeg just make way for me, even if na Italy or Spain i wouldn't mind!!

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Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by LudaChriz(m): 8:06pm On Apr 01, 2020
Show us a video of the "enough equipment", at least we saw the video of the nurses protesting.
Useless government
Re: COVID-19: Management Reacts To Protest By ESUT Nurses Over ‘lack Of PPE’ by Kobicove(m): 8:07pm On Apr 01, 2020
The nurses have a right to protect, they have families too therefore their lives matter

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