Nurses declare warning strike in Ondo
Members of the Ondo State Chapter of the National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) will be embarking on a three-day warning strike from March 1 over the percentage payment of their salaries by the state government.
In a letter dated February 26, signed by its State Secretary Aina Oluwasegun and addressed to members of the State Executive Council (SEC), the group said the decision was taken as a sequel to the meeting the SEC and NANNM held on February 16, in which it was resolved that the state government should pay 100 per cent salary of January 2017, December 2020, January 2021, 20 per cent balance of December 2016 and 50 per cent November 2020.
The union also demanded an immediate commencement of New Salary Adjustment for local government nurses within seven working days.
“Sequel to the meeting the State Executive Council of National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives, held on 16th February, 2021 which resolved that state government should;
“Pay 100 per cent salary of January 2017, December 2020, January 2021, 20% balance of December 2016, 50 per cent November 2020 and commencement of New Salary Adjustment for Local Government Nurses within seven working days.
“Following the expiration of the seven working days ultimatum without a response from the government you are directed to proceed on three days warning strike from 12am on Monday 1st to Wednesday 3rd March, 2021 at first instance.”