President Jonathan Vows To End ASUU And Doctors’s Strike

President JonathanReligion not Responsible For Violence In Nigeria, Jonathan. Read more ... » yesterday made  a vow to put an end to all issues that currently lead to labour disputes and strikes in both sectors.According to PM News,

JonathanJonathan did not ban Gov Amaechi's Plane for illegal operation. Read more ... » promised to resolve the labour crises while granting audience to a delegation of the Nigeria Medical Association led by its National President, Dr. Osahon Enabulele, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

His promise was contained in a statement issued by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati2015 Election In Nigeria, Jonathan denies Posters in Abuja. Read more ... », at the end of the closed-door session.

“I believe that we must manage both (educationSSANU to begin 7-day Nationwide Warning strike on Monday. Read more ... » and medical) sectors in such a way that nobody engaged in them will think of going on strike again. We will continue to proactively evolve measures that will help usNigeria partners with US to mount Border Security, Others. Read more ... » to permanently overcome the problems that lead to strikes by health and education professionals,” the President was quoted as saying at the meeting attended by the Minister of Labour, Emeka Wogu, Minister of Health, Onyebuchi Chukwu and other top government officials.

Also in another twist President Jonathan said that “I believe that we must always do what is best for our country. We will review all the other issues you have raised and act accordingly. When things are done properly, issues of welfare and remuneration in the health sector will disappear.”

The President also promised that the Federal Government would explore the option of creating a special intervention fund that would facilitate the rapid establishment of more centres of medical excellence across the country.

We hope and pray that all the good things the President wants for this country comes to pass.