Resident doctors have suspended their nationwide strike after 10 days.
This was disclosed by their president, Dr. Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi, while speaking to journalists on Saturday.
He said, “We suspended the strike about one hour ago. We are responsible to Nigerians, the government has acceded to some demands.”
According to him, “the strike was suspended after meetings with various stakeholders in the health sector,” he said.
The doctors commenced “a total and indefinite strike” on April 1 2021 following the failure of the Federal Government to accede to its demands.
The strike action was the outcome of its Extraordinary National Executive Council meeting held on Saturday March 27 2021 at the Trauma Center of National Hospital Abuja to review its earlier ultimatum and deliberate on burning issues affecting residency training, healthcare delivery and the welfare.