Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors has reiterated its stance on its
demands from the Federal Government.
They also restated their threat to go on strike if the demands are not met.
The doctors are demanding an immediate increase in the Consolidated
Medical Salary Structure to the tune of two hundred per cent of the
current gross salaries of doctors.
The doctors also want the immediate withdrawal of the bill seeking to
compel medical and dental graduates to render five-year compulsory
services in Nigeria before being granted full licence to practise.
Report says it is the country's first major upgrade to its currency in more
than a decade.
The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) announced that the move was
meant to keep up with technology and prevent counterfeiting.
The new notes, they said will retain the image of Nelson Mandela, the
country’s first democratically elected president who died in twenty-
thirteen.Burkina Faso’s defence minister has denounced what he said was an
international coalition lined up against his country and alleged there had
been violations of the country’s air space.