The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) Kogi chapter, has urged the state government to ensure speedy implementation of the new Hazard Allowance for its doctors.
The Association gave the urge in a statement at the end of its second quarter of the State Executive Committee (SEC) meeting held in Lokoja.
The statement was jointly signed by the Kogi NMA Chairman and Secretary; Dr Baoku Olusola and Dr Emmanuel B.J Kelvin respectively on Thursday in Lokoja.
The communique also urged the Kogi government to domesticate and implement the Medical Residency Training Act in the state.
According to the statement, after long deliberations and the observations made, the SEC resolved to do as follows:
“Appeal to Gov. Yahaya Bello to instruct the relevant departments and agencies in the state to speed up the bureaucracy in the path to achieving the implementation of the new hazard allowance for doctors in the employ of the state.
“Urge the Kogi government to domesticate and implement the medical residency training act in the state.”
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