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The Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association, GRNMA has suspended their nationwide strike which has been in effect since Monday.

The President of the Association, Perpetual Ofori Ampofo,addressing the media revealed their decision follows a court order by the National Labour Commission (NLC).

The NLC,Wednesday morning begiun compulsory arbitration with the leadership of striking nurses and midwives in a bid to resolve their grievances for them to return to work.

The move comes after a substituted service granted by the High Court forcing the nurses and midwives to go to the negotiation table with their employers.

The nurses and midwives will resume work tomorrow September 24.

General Secretary of the Association David Tenkorang said 8am tomorrow all their members will be present at their posts.

He explained that they have been duly served with the court order and because they are law-abiding they will temporarily call off the strike pending further negotiations.

David Tenkorang said they are yet to meet with the National Labour Commission, NLC as they requested.

SilverNEWS / SilverFM /Ghana


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