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The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has reported the suspension of its strike following 10 days.

However, the group said it will audit the suspended modern activity in two weeks’ an ideal opportunity to evaluate government’s level of consistence with the assentions came to with the association.


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This was revealed by the lbadan Part NARD Chairman, Segun Olaopa in the interest of the National Executives of the relationship in the early hours of Thursday after a critical meeting.

He said “the decision was reached following appeals from the public that the doctors should give the federal government more time to meet their demands.

“There will be an audit in two weeks’ an ideal opportunity to decide how far the administration had gone to respect our demands.


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The strike by the specialists, which started on the fourth of September , injured exercises in broad daylight clinics crosswise over Nigeria.

The government had before said it had taken care of a considerable lot of the requests of the specialists, including installment of compensation on unpaid debts.

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