The Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) and Assembly of Healthcare Professional Associations (AHPA) have jointly asked the Federal Government to complete the new data for the computation of the adjusted Consolidated Health Salary Structure (CONHESS) for JOHESU members by Wednesday, Sept. 22.
The groups who demanded that the completed data should be submitted to the ‘High Level Body (HLB)’ of the FG as agreed also announced stepping down notice of strike due to expire mid-night Sept. 17.
The two groups however, issued a new 15 days strike notice if all agreements are not fulfilled.
This was revealed in a communique issued by JOHESU’s Acting General Secretary, Chief Matthew Ajorutu, at the end of an Expanded National Executive Council (NEC) emergency meeting of the union via Zoom and physical attendance on Friday in Abuja.
The communique reads: “The Federal Government should ensure that the new data for the computation of the adjusted Consolidated Health Salary Structure (CONHESS) for JOHESU members be completed and submitted to the ‘High Level Body (HLB)’ of the FG not later than Wednesday, Sept. 22, as agreed.
“NEC-in-session urges the Federal Government to ensure that the High Level Body (HLB) complete and submit the computation of the adjusted CONHESS for inclusion in the 2022 budget within the Sept. 30th, submission window.
“NEC urges the Federal Government to reciprocate the patriotic humanitarian gesture of JOHESU in the interest of the larger Nigerian masses to expeditiously resolve all the demands within the fifteen days window.
“Finally, NEC-in-Session unanimously adopts a resolution to step down the notice of strike action due to expire mid-night Sept.17, and issue a fresh notice of fifteen days,” the communique read in part.
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