of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM),
Makurdi Str. Behind General Post Office,
10, Garki, Abuja.
T. A. Shettima, the General Secretary, NANNM.
National Executives Council, NANNM.
APPROBATION FOR DISENGAGEMENT
FROM THE JOINT HEALTH SECTOR UNION (JOHESU) AND, A CALL FOR RE-INTEGRATION OF
UGONSA AS A PRESSURE GROUP IN THE CURRENT NANNM’S CONSTITUTION
The association applauds
the daring step taken by your leadership to, among all odds, officially
disassociate from the hitherto amalgamation of all health unions in the
Nigerian health sector, which has outlived its initial purpose and intent.
OF UGONSA AS A PRESSURE GROUP IN THE CURRENT NANNM'S CONSTITUTION
line with our President’s campaign desire to see NANNM and UGONSA function as
mother union and subordinate union and as partners in the wheel of progress for
the benefit of Nigerian nurses, we, therefore, pray that:
officially recognize and inscribe UGONSA/GNAN among the pressure groups in
NANNM in the current NANNM’s constitution as it was before it was mysteriously
removed without notice.
convene a national congress to discuss/negotiate the contending issue of 3% COD that is tearing NANNM apart for all nurses to come together and stronger.
with the current responsibilities that NANNM National has embraced, UGONSA agrees that a one thousand naira (#1,000) COD flat rate is not practicable; therefore, we suggest a 1.5% basic rate or a two thousand naira (#2,000) flat rate across cadres.
Please accept the
assurances of our esteemed regards.
President National Secretary
Registrar, Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria (N&MCN). FYI.