Corpers take over medical services at Asaba FMC Due to JOHESU Strike donnarik May 11, 2018
Members of the Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU), Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Asaba, on Thursday raised concerns that hospital management has resorted to using inexperienced laboratory and pharmacy trainees, interns and NYSC members to provide medical services to patients.
Health workers under the aegis of JOHESU have been on strike for over two weeks, leading to the withdrawal of services by medical professionals.
Raising the alarm in Asaba, JOHESU members warned of the potential for deaths in the hospita
Anthony Anwukah, minister of state for education, has hinted that the federal government may be considering a mandatory extra year of studies for Nigerian students before entering the labour market.
He made this known at a two-day retreat for governing councils of federal universities in Abuja on Tuesday, 7th May,2018.
The proposition came on the basis that higher institutions are not producing graduates qualified enough to be employed.
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