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LEAH SHARIBU TURNS 16 TODAY, IN CAPTIVITY!!!

Leah Sharibu was among the abducted 109 girls of the Government Girls Science and Technical College, Dapchi in Yobe State. The girls were abducted by the terrorist group, Boko Haram on February 19, 2018. Leah Sharibu who was aged fifteen at the time of the abduction in March 2018 turn 16 today, Monday. While 104 abducted girls were released to their parents, Leah Sharibu was held back by the captives because she refused to renounce her Christian faith.
“Monday, May 14 , 2018, our daughter, Miss Leah Sharibu , will be 16 years . If she were here with us , we would have been celebrating her 16 th birthday with her . “She is not with us and all we can do is fast and pray for her as a family and I want to appeal to all Nigerians and other concerned people around the world to help us pray for her safety wherever she is and for her return as well. “President Buhari seemed to have forgotten about Leah but we know God who brought her forth will not forget her . We believe that God is keeping watc…

NIGERIAN HEALTH SECTOR ON THE VERGE OF COLLAPSE


Federal health workers under the aegis of the Joint Health Sector Unions, JOHESU, will begin an indefinite strike today. 
This is due to failure on the part of the Federal Government to implement the agreement it reached with health workers last year, 2017.

In a statement signed by its National Chairman, Biobelemoye Josiah; and its National Secretary, Florence Ekpebor, the union decided it was best to embark on the strike because the Federal Government refused to take health workers seriously. The statement said the health workers had no other option.

According to JOHESU, before the strike was embarked upon, a 30 -day ultimatum was given to the Federal Government, that expired today, Tuesday.

Top on its list of demands are :
  1. An upward review of the Consolidated Health Salary Structure;
  2. Employment of additional health workers;
  3. Implementation of court judgments;
  4. Upward review of the retirement age from 60 to 65. 

The government cannot afford to ignore some facets of society, as pillars that hold a people up cannot be located at the bottom in the Federal Government's scale of preference. Look across the Federation of Nigeria and you will realise that Doctors are on strike alongside nurses, those who are still working are planning to embark on indefinite strike. This is a wave of strike about to hit us all. Good health is not to be trivialized, he who cannot afford the high rates charged by private practitioners will rather stay at home. In the end, for highly critical cases and even issues that can be avoided will result to death - which is quite inevitable.

I'm calling on the Government at the Federal and State levels to tackle this issues swiftly; meet the demands of the health sector and for those demands that seem difficult, try to reach a comprises. There has to be a solution to the incessant strikes, indeed other areas requires constant pumping of money but I don't believe the government is too poor to attend the needs of those in the health sector. In the end, it is not the workers who suffer, it is the people who require the services of the workers.

A wise government will listen. 

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