Kogi doctors strike hits one month, as NMA warns of possible brain drain

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As the industrial action embarked upon by medical doctors in Kogi state hits one month on Wednesday, the Nigeria Medical Association, has urged the State Government to do the needful by meeting their demands to avoid brain drain that has already started in the health sector.

NMA in Kogi had on Sunday, Jan. 7, directed its members to resume strike over an alleged failure by the state government to meet their demands.

The Kogi State Chairman of NMA, Dr Godwin Tijani, the Chairman of the association, in a chat with newsmen in Lokoja hinted that many people have died in the last 30 days as a result of the ongoing doctors strike in the state.

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