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JOHESU writes Ngige, tackles NMA on welfare demands

The Joint Health Sector Unions have frowned at the Nigeria Medical Association for allegedly meddling in its affairs, adding that the best welfare conditions were enjoyed by physicians in the civil service.

This is coming as the unions in a letter dated September 10, 2021, told the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, on the welfare demands of its members.

The National Secretary, Nigeria Medical Association, Dr Philip Eke, in an interview on Monday said the union was not ready to join issues with JOHESU.

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