JOSEHU meets Ngige on Wednesday, shelf strike
THE management of the Joint Health Sector Union will meet with Labor and Employment Minister Chris Ngige on Wednesday as part of efforts to prevent imminent industrial action, The punch has learned.
We also learned that the union would put aside its strike plan pending the outcome of its meeting with the minister.
Union spokesperson Olumide Akintayo revealed this in an interview with The punch Monday.
The punch reported that the union, an organization of the country’s health workers except doctors, had given the federal government 15 days’ notice for the latter’s failure to meet its demands.
The union also said its members nationwide would turn down the tool if the federal government did not respond to its demands.
The ultimatum issued by the union expired on Monday.
Akintayo told our correspondent: “We have put the strike plan aside pending the outcome of our meeting with the Minister of Labor. We will meet with him on Wednesday, or in two days. Our union does not like to go on strike because we are compassionate.
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