Nurses & midwives declears nationwide strike over poor conditions of service
The Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA) will this morning withdraw their service at all public and private health facilities.
The association follows a joint statement issued by the national leadership on 17th this month drawing their employer attention about the poor condition of service.
The Northern Region branch of the association in compliances of their national leadership is therefore asking its members and allies to stay away from work effective Monday until further notice.
This was contained a statement issued in Tamale and signed by the Registered Nurses and Midwives Association Secretary, George Dassah.
The statement urged all members to remain resolute, focus and firm against any form of threats and intimidations from management.
Meanwhile, the Rotational Nurses and Midwives Association (RNMA) have thrown their weight behind their mother association action to embark on nationwide strike.
The RNMA entreated all interns, degree and diploma nurses and midwives to adhere strictly to the strike by no showing at work Monday.
Its national president Jerry Mertins Aziamadia in a statement copy to Zaa News assured members of further engagement should there be any development.