As the nation ushers in the New Year, 2022, the National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM), Lagos State Council, has declared a three days warning strike over the state government inability to meet its demands.
The development was noted in a circular signed by NANNM Lagos chapter secretary, Oloruntoba Odumosu. The circular referenced NANNM/LS/SEC/VOL.II/148/001 exempted Federal Health Institutions from the strike scheduled to commence January 10.
The circular noted that the association resolved to embark on the warning strike at its meeting held on December 29, 2021, accusing Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu-led administration of failure to meet its demands.
“The struggle at hand requires the commitment and steadfastness of all members. We urge you all to play your part well,” the union wrote.