The National President of Rotational Nurses, Jerry Mertins Aziamadia, has asked government to pay their eight-month delayed allowances by Friday, November 20 or they agitate for them.
He also asked that other payment discussions ongoing with the mother leadership – the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association – be resolved to avoid the usual demonstrations and picketing at the launch of their association in Koforidua.
Mr Aziamadia made a case that a GRNMA survey indicated that rotational nurses contributed to 80 percent of nursing services at health facilities.
“A research conducted by the [Ghana Registered] Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA ), 2012, indicated that this category of nurses contribute about 80 percent of the entire nursing services in healthcare delivery as far as our precious clients are concerned.”
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