Nurses Give Kaduna Govt 48hrs ultimatum To Rescue Kidnapped Colleagues

Medical attendants have arranged a quiet dissent in Kaduna State over the kidnapping of two female associates from the General Hospital in Idon, Kajuru Local Council, giving the state government 48 hours to save them.

The episode happened under 24 hours after the kidnapping of understudies at Greenfield University, Kaduna.

The dissenters raged the Ministry of Health to enlist their displeasure regarding frailty of wellbeing offices and laborers in the state.

As indicated by the administrator of National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) Kaduna section, Mr. Ishaku Yakubu, the absence of successful fencing and security of most wellbeing offices was liable for the kidnapping of their individuals.

While tending to the service and wellbeing laborers, Yakubu deplored that five of their individuals had been seized, while more than 100 were prior influenced by the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in the state.

He likewise approached the state government to guarantee that the casualties were delivered between 48 to 78 hours safe, adding that anything shy of that would leave them with no choice than to pull out their administrations, as they were not prepared to pay any payoff.

The administrator told writers that their the individuals escaped emergency clinics in rustic territories in view of instability.

He said the desperados intentionally came for their individuals as “they were said to have called over and again, at the section point and paid special mind to individuals in white uniform as it were.”

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