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Patients Locked Out: Protest At Abia State Teaching Hospital Over Unpaid Salary Protest At Abia State Teaching Hospital Over Unpaid Salary

Hospital workers in ABSUTH lock out patients as they protest over unpaid wages

A heavy protest was held by workers of the Abia state university teaching hospital (ABSUTH) on Monday morning over unpaid salaries.

The workers have not been paid in 7 months and many say they have had enough of the state government's excuses and promises. Patients were locked out of the hospital premises. Photos below;


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