A total of 35 intern health workers at Kabale Regional Referral Hospital in Kabale have laid down their tools citing refusal by government to pay their allowances.
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The workers claim not to have received their allowances for the last three months. The strike at the hospital left hundreds of patients stranded.
One of the interns told Chimpreports that they are entitled to a monthly Shs 600,000 pay and an additional of 220,000shillings for upkeep.
The strike left many patients unattended to. The few workers on duty were directed to the maternity ward, theater and the surgical ward.
Several Patients at the outpatient department have opted to go to private clinics.
One Alex Kaboroga who had brought his pregnant wife for check up, proceeded to the nearby clinic due to congestion. He says that attention at the maternity ward was being given to emergency cases and those who are about to deliver.
Sister Christine Akurut the Principal nursing officer at Kabale regional referral hospital confirmed the strike.
She says that the Hospital Management had tried to convince the workers to return to work without success.
Akurut acknowledged that the workers had not received their pay, but added that that was the responsibility of the Health Ministry.
She told us management was hoping for a quick solution to the problem before the effects of the strike got out of hand.
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Ronnie Mwisaka scored a try for the Kyadondo based side while Chris Lubanga aka Opa managed 4 penalties and a conversion. Ramathan Govule and Victor Wadia scored Kobs’ two tries while James Ijongat managed 2 penalties and a conversation but missed the dying seconds conversion that would have given Kobs victory.
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