A group of unemployed private nurses have threatened to storm the Ministry of health if they are not financially cleared and posted for work by 17th July, 2017.
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The private nurses will be holding a press conference today, Monday 10th July and will be addressing as they describe the unfair, inhumane and discriminatory behavior meted towards them by government.
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They demanded to know why private nurses were denied employment and threatened to demonstrate if their grievances were not resolved in a week's’ time.
Richmond Asomaning, Director of the coalition, told Class News that the government had refused to employ or post them.
He explained that they were initially supposed to be posted last Thursday however when the list arrived none of the private nurses were on the list.
Richmond has reportedly queried authorities they disclosed that their list was in the works however the director told reporters that this has been a recurring habit of the government.
He also told Class FM that they have given the government five working days from 10 July to 17 July and if they don’t hear anything from them then they will march to the Ministry of Health in their numbers.
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