By Our Correspondent
The Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has officially put an end to its nationwide indefinite strike that had persisted for over two weeks.
This decision comes after intensive negotiations between NARD and the Federal Government after which the leadership of the association instructed all its members to resume on the 12th of August.
This was contained in a statement by the president of the association Emeka Orji indicating that they will closely monitor the progress of the implementation of agreements reached with the government.
Hotpen earlier reported that the striking doctors had given a 72-hour ultimatum for their demands to be met before they would end their strike.