MIGRATION: Government to recruit 200 doctors, nurses for Ogun hospital 

CITIZENS COMPASS —As part of its efforts to replace health workers who have recently migrated to foreign countries, the Federal Government of Nigeria has approved the recruitment of 200 medical and clinical personnel for the Federal Medical Centre (FMC) Idi-Aba in Abeokuta, Ogun State.

A letter from the office of the Head of Service of the Federation to the FMC Medical Director gave the approval to hire new workers.

The letter marked, HCSF/SPSO/ODD/E&WP/650361, was in response to a request by the medical center to employ more staff. 

It was titled, ‘RE: Application For A Waiver To Employ Staff At Federal Medical Centre, Abeokuta’.

It partly reads, “I am directed to refer to your letter ref. no. SMH.587/S.26/T/73 dated 31st August 2023 on the above subject, and convey the approval of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation for a waiver to enable Federal Medical Centre, Abeokuta, to fill a total of Two Hundred (200), positions,” 

The FMC was granted a waiver to employ 100 medical personnel on the Consolidated Medical Salary Structure, as well as 50 nursing officers and 50 nursing superintendents on the Consolidated Health Salary Structure.

This approval, it was said, “is based on and limited to the 2023 Approved Establishment position of the Centre which covers the proposed recruitment.”


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