Lagos Doctors Begin Indefinite Sit-At-Home Strike

The Lagos chapter of the Nigerian medical association(NMA) has asked its members to commence on an indefinite sit at home strike as from 6pm on Wednesday following the curfew imposed on the state by the government.

The order was given following reports that men of the Lagos state police command barricaded roads in the state from 8pm and prevented people from plying.

The move was said to have made many sleep on the highways with health care workers and other front liners fighting the novel coronavirus not spared.

The association gave the directive in a joint statement signed by its Chairman and Secretary, Dr. Saliu Oseni, and Dr. Ramon Moronkola, respectively in Lagos.

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