- Fresh reports coming in show that 41,793 nurses and midwives in Ghana are without jobs at the moment
- This was revealed by the president of the Graduate Unemployed Nurses and Midwives Association (GUNMA), Sugri Abdul-Rafiq
- He called on the government to address their concerns as a matter of urgency
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Information available shows that an estimated 41, 793 nurses and midwives are currently unemployed.
This was revealed by the Graduate Unemployed Nurses and Midwives Association (GUNMA).
According to the association, they received a promise from the government with respect to jobs after school.
This followed the denial of allowances for continuing students but the promise is yet to be fulfilled.
Per a report by Ghanaweb.com, the Association revealed that none of their members were employed in the year 2018.
Speaking at a press conference in parliament, GUNMA’s national president, Sugri Abdul-Rafiq, stated that the group is calling on the government to address their concerns.
In other news, Rwanda has launched a public exercise programme aimed at improving the health of pregnant women.
YEN.com.gh understands that the women revealed they enjoyed the programme so much that they are looking forward to the next one.
According to the organizers of the event, they hope to change the myth about the bodies of pregnant women.
This, they explained, is because it is believed that a pregnant woman needs to halt every activity that involves physical effort.
Per a report by peacefmonline.com, Libérée Uwizeyimana who is eight months pregnant admitted that prior to the event, she never exercised during pregnancy.
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