Lagos doctors declare 3-day warning strike

Lagos doctors declare 3-day warning strike

Medical doctors in Lagos on Sunday declared a three- day warning strike over the state government’s failure to meet their demands.

The doctors under the auspices of Medical Guild are striking over wage disparity between the Federal and Lagos state doctors, COVID-19  Hazard allowances and inducement allowances MOU approved by the Federal Government, non payment of doctors working in isolation centre as well as unceremoniously disengagement of doctors in the isolation centres without recourse to their welfare.

Announcing this at a press conference in Lagos, shortly after a meeting with the state governor, Mr Babatunde Sanwo-Olu , the Chairman of the Guild, Dr Oluwajimi Sodipo who said the strike will begin by 8 am Monday and end on Thursday 16th, 2020, said doctors in the isolation Centres are however exempted from the strike.

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