Jos University Teaching Hospital has announced the suspension of the Resident Doctors’ strike, Dr Meshack Daniel, Secretary, Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has said.
This decision was reached upon by the doctors due to the latest development in the state;the bomb explosions and consequent need for medical emergency.
”As you are aware that resident doctors in JUTH have been on strike, but because of the situation on ground, we have discussed with a view to suspending the strike. “This is to enable us assist in taking care of the injured victims.
”We are happy the doctors have obliged, and indeed suspended the strike, for the benefit of humanity,” he said.
However, the demands of the doctors are yet to be met. That, notwithstanding, has not overwritten their drive for humanitarian services.