…Bandits kidnap women in Oyo
…Hunters await govt’s approval to rescue victims
…NURTW commences e-tracking of vehicles
By Ola Ajayi, Shina Abubakar & James Ogunnaike
The high-level insecurity in the country, which has culminated in the spate of kidnappings in Ogun State, has compelled health workers in the state, under the aegis of the National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives, NANNM, and Nigerian Medical Association, NMA, to withdraw their services from public health institutions.
This came on a day some bandits, yesterday, abducted three women at Onipe community in Idi Ayunre area of Ibadan, Oyo State.
But as a way of ensuring safety on highways in the South-West, President of the National Union of Road Transport Workers, NURTW, Tajudeen Baruwa, stated that the union has embarked on electronic tracking of its cars.
Doctors, nurses declare strike over insecurity in Ogun
While the chairman of the NANNM, Roseline…