The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has suspended it’s nationwide strike after seven days.
According to a statement issued by the President of the professional association, Aliyu Sokomba, members of the Union are to resume at their duty posts on Monday.
The doctors went on strike due to the non implementation of the medical residency training act in federal and state hospitals across the country as well as a disparity in remuneration.
The strike was called off after an intervention by the Nigerian Governors Forum who announced before hand that the strike would be called off soon.
The association president said the strike was called off to give the government a chance to meet their demands.