The leadership of health workers under the umbrella of Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) has suspended its seven-day warning strike.
It directed its members to resume work nationwide from Monday, September 22, 2020.
JOHESU stated it called off the strike despite refusal of the Federal Government to address demands of its members as was done to other bodies in the health sector.
The union in a statement on Sunday said its next line of action would be decided by the Expanded National Executive Council of JOHESU in due course.
In a statement by its National Chairman, Biobelemoye Josiah, JOHESU accused the Federal Government of resorting to intimidation and blackmail instead of calling for dialogue to resolve the trade dispute.
JOHESU, had on September 13, 2020, proceeded on strike following the inability of the Federal Government to meet demands of its members.