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Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors Demands From Federal Government, Protest Letter

by True Blue Reporters

NARD Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors demands from federal government;

Many of the demands are: Immediate increment in the CONMESS salary structure to the tune of 200 per cent of the current gross salary of doctors; immediate withdrawal and jettisoning of the bill by Honorable Ganiyu Johnson seeking to make it mandatory for fresh medical graduates to provide services to the country for up to five years before receiving full registration and license to practice; immediate payment of the 2023 Medical Residency Training Fund (MRTF); commencement of payment of all salary arrears owed to our members including 2014, 2015, and 2016 salary arrears as well as areas of the consequential adjustment of the minimum wage.

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More include: immediate massive recruitment of clinical staff in the hospitals and complete abolishment of bureaucratic limitations to the immediate replacement of Doctors who leave the system; immediate infrastructural development in our various hospitals without further delay and insists on at least 15 per cent budgetary allocation to health subsequently; immediate implementation of CONMESS, Domestication of MRTA, and review of hazard allowance by all the state Governments as well as Private Tertiary Health Institutions where any form of Residency Training is done, among other demands.

The Resident Doctors Demands is now leading to a protest to further press on their demands, as they’ve sent out protest letter

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