The Nigerian Medical Association has suspended its over two months old strike action.
NMA President, Kayode Obembe made the announcement at the end an Emergency Delegates Meeting of the association in Abuja.
The doctors expressed their support for the government’s effort at improving the Health sector.
The NMA however demanded the immediate reversal of the suspension of Residency Training Programme by the federal government.
The body of Medical doctors commended the efforts of the federal and Lagos state governments in containing the spread of Ebola Virus Disease and the establishment of isolation centres in all the thirty six states and the Federal Capital Territory.