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Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Health workers stop planned strike over Ocholi’s death

Members of the Joint Health Workers Union (JOHESU), have shelved their planned strike, initially scheduled to commence on Thursday March 10th, as a mark of respect for the late Minister of State for Labor, James Ocholi, who died in a fatal accident alongside his wife and son on Sunday March 6th.

 President of the Union, Biobelemoye Josiah, made this known to newsmen today March 9th

According to him, the suspension of the proposed strike action is to enable the workers mourn late James Ocholi who was until his death the Chairman of a Negotiation Committee set up by the Ministry of Labor to address the issues raised by the health workers union in their notice of the proposed strike sent to the ministry.

31 comments:

Charles Okafor said...

Choi..
Sad memories..
Rip once again to d Ocholis















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Anthony Adeyemi said...

Nice one ,that's really thoughtful of themm

Bishop Dammy said...

That's good. May His soul rip. Psalm 119:18

anita gold said...

That's very good

moss said...

He was loved. Rip sir

Ivy Godspower said...

Na wa o. Strike so that other sick people will die abi over one man. Senseless









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kayode odusanya said...

That's good. Please we need no more strikes of any sort right now. I heard PHCN is on strike, and I heard people from NNPC are also planning to go on strike.




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BONARIO NNAGS said...

I guess they should think of suspending it indefinitely, because of poor Nigerians that will be at the receiving end.


. ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

Abosede Ojuade said...

ok

Uju Phil said...

Better,RIP to them still #Sad

OSINANL said...

Nice one...

Juliet Iwuno said...

Eeeeeeeeeeeyah! Very thoughtful of dem. Linda take note!

Bonita Bislam said...

I get their point on why they wanted to go on strike.Thank God they reconsidered.

Anonymous said...

strike to mourn.. when they should be talking about free service for a day to mourn and help save lives ...

Teddy said...

But seriously this has to be one of the dumbest things I have heard. People intending to go on strike as a show of respect for the dead? where on earth has our sanity gone to.

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vinna saviour said...

Okay

Adaobi said...

Such a good thing to do.. Honestly the children needs to drop that 'unnatural death' campaign and let this man rest in peace.

benita said...

nice decision

Joyous babe,Linda ikeji first cousin said...

Nice.

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Nigeria will soon be on strike


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Yetty k said...

This is very good.i guess good nigerians r saddend about his death

Ann Anthony said...

Aiit

Vivian Reginalds said...

LoL
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chioma maureen said...

Its really sad. RIP Ocholis

Luciana Chinda said...

Issokay
Seen

Adenike Bamigboye said...

That's gud of them

Anonymous said...

Is either ur partially blind or unable to comprehend....

udeze obumneme said...

Oh really

Anonymous said...

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Pl HEALTH WORKERS, AS PARAMEDICAL STAFF , HAVE CHOSEN TO CALL THEMSELVES IN NIGERIA, DOES NOT INCLUDE DOCTORS !!!
LINDA IKEJI , PL PULL DOWN THE PICTURE OF DOCTORS YOU HAVE USED TO CAPTIVITY THISDAY STORY !!!

Oshios Baba said...

Eya dat is cool