Mulago Nurses Petition Parliament over Eviction Threats

dosage store geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 150%;”>In a ten-page document presented to the Chairperson of Parliament Committee on Health, ask Hon Kenneth Omona, medicine the nurses outlined several challenges in their daily work at Mulago hospital.

Their petition to Parliament follows several warning notices and threats from the administration for almost 3 months, ordering them to vacate the hostel.

The nurses insist they will not vacate the premises “because we are also public servants and not well remunerated to find decent accommodation elsewhere.”

The nurses receive shs40, 000 as accommodation allowance.

Headed by nursing officer, Jane Naafa Rose, the nurses also told reporters at Parliament that Queen Elizabeth TOLL Tower in which they are residing was donated to them by the Queen of England “and therefore there is no need as to why these administrators should be evicting us.”


Nurses alleged Mulago officials want to turn Queen Elizabeth TOLL tower into a business centre.

“We are mistreated and abused which affects our performance at work. We have even told our children never to take up nursing as a career in their future because of the suffering we have gone through at Mulago,” said Naafa.

In his response, Hon Omona assured them the committee will take relevant action to ensure their rights are not violated.

The Director of Mulago Hospital, Dr Byarugaba said the matter is under investigation.

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