Nurses at the Madina Pentecost Hospital on Monday resisted attempts by some police officers to compel them to work despite their nationwide strike action.
The Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association(GRNMA)and its allied association i.e Physician Assistants and Certified Registered Anaethetists are currently embarking on a nationwide strike action over their conditions of services.
According to them, government had failed to meet the deadline for the implementation date for an agreed Conditions of Service.
But, on Friday, the National Labour Commission secured a court injunction to prevent the strike but the leadership of the Ghana Registered and Nurses Association refuted the said statement saying they had not received any court summons.
Nurses at the Madina Pentecost Hospital got therefore got upset when officers were allegedly deployed to the facility to compel them to work saying they will resist any form of intimidation.
" The days when nurses were intimidated are over," they warned.
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Ghana l Atinkaonline.com I Vincent Kwofie