Resident Doctors give Federal Government twenty-one-day ultimatum.

Resident Doctors at University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital have called on the Federal Government to withdraw its decision to implement the ‘’No work no pay’’ action.

The doctors stated they had embarked on the strike in order to press home their demands for payment of salaries and improvement of working conditions.

In a solemn demonstration carrying placards across the premises of the teaching hospital, the doctors who were led by its president, Alexander Ige said the Federal Government had not paid their two months’ salary of September and October twenty-sixteen.



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