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How much Do Nurses Earn in Nigeria?

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How much do you earn presently as a nurse?

Below N50K
0
No votes
50K - 100K
7
41%
100K - 300K
9
53%
300K - And Above
1
6%
 
Total votes: 17

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Re: How much Do Nurses Earn in Nigeria?

Unread post by ANDDYLUV » Sat Feb 07, 2015 9:10 am

Before talking about our salary or what we earn as nurses, we would need to organize our educational system. When our education is organised then can we be placed properly with others with the same qualifications. SON should go under ministry of education and it should be a monotechnic with RN certificate equivalent to HND. Salary can then be equivlent to those with HND.
Bnsc should be given internship and then thier salary same as other with degree. We need to organise ourslf within so we can fight for our right



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Re: How much Do Nurses Earn in Nigeria?

Unread post by olufemi iseyemi fola » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:23 am

You see where we are!, division, selfishness, lack of focus and proper vision has placed us behind in the health care sector. We may have to fight again when others are busy enjoying the gains of the struggle. What on earth is the problem with nurses, especially those leading us. How can we use our mouths and hands to run our dear profession down these much? Where is the gain of GNAN and NANNM struggle? A house divided against itself can never stand. You have the opportunity to repair the walls you have pulled down, else, some other people will and posterity will judge all that are involved in this set back and selfishness.

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Re: How much Do Nurses Earn in Nigeria?

Unread post by Kunle Emmanuel » Tue Aug 18, 2015 3:40 pm

Participate in private nurses salary survey.

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Re: How much Do Nurses Earn in Nigeria?

Unread post by Jojef » Fri Nov 04, 2016 7:00 am

Am a registered Nurse working in sokoto state. talking about how much do nurses earn in Nigeria well I will say that the work of a nurse and the duty of a nurse is more than the salaries that they are being paid. like here in sokoto some clinics pays 8k, 18k, highest u can get is 20k and with this peanut called salary you will be the to run morning and evening shifts. I don't work in the clinics though but other colleagues who work there do tells us their experiences.

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Re: How much Do Nurses Earn in Nigeria?

Unread post by Jojef » Fri Nov 04, 2016 7:04 am

I will suggest that NANNM should work on the nurses salaries in Nigeria by telling the ministry of health and the federal government to review our salaries again. because the weight of all the ward duties are all on the nurses with all this should we paid less?

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Re: How much Do Nurses Earn in Nigeria?

Unread post by Kunle Emmanuel » Thu May 24, 2018 5:26 pm

PLEASE TAKE A LOOK TO OLD COMESS AND OLD CONHESS:

COMESS 3 (which is the starting point for doctors) #260,865.58
CONHESS 7 (which is the starting point for some health workers like accountant etc) #118,765.
(difference of #142,100.00) 120% difference.

CONHESS 9 (which is another starting point for health workers eg pharmacist etc) #161,670.33.
(difference 99,195.25) 61% difference.

NOW LETS STILL COMPARE THE SALARY OF A NEWLY EMPLOYED DOCTOR ABOVE WITH A HEALTH WORKERS THAT HAVE SPENT 6 TO 9 YEARS IN SERVICE WHICH IS CONHESS 11.

CONHESS 11:#223,345.58 (difference of #37,520.00) 17% difference.

ABOVE IS FOR OLD CONMESS AND OLD CONHESS....

TAKE A LOOK AT THE NEW CONMESS AND PROPOSED CONHESS BY JOHESU, PLS SIR I WILL STILL WANT YOU TO COMPARE THIS NEW CONMESS WITH THE OLD CONHESS THAT JOHESU IS PRESENTLY RECEIVING NOW....

NEW CONMESS 3 :# 312,944.83.

PROPOSED CONHESS 7: #165,541.08
(difference of #147,403.75)
89%difference.

PROPOSED CONHESS 9: #190,227.25 (difference of #122,717.58)
65% difference.

PROPOSED CONHESS 11:
#255,184.83.
(difference of #57,760.00)
23% difference.

I WANT TO ALSO WRITE THAT OF THE ZENITH OF BOTH PROFESSION :

OLD CONMESS 7: #704,209.08
OLD CONHESS 15: #476,855.00
(DIFFERENCE #227,354.08)
48% DIFFERENCE.

NEW CONMESS 7:
#999,698.50
PROPOSED CONHESS 15:
#697,024,42.
(difference of #302,674.08)
43% Difference

now did NMA see the parity they have been singing with???

I TOOK OUT MY PRECIOUS TIME TO HIGHLIGHT THIS FIGURES OUT BCOS WHEN I AM TALKING I LIKE WORKING WITH FACT BCOS THE TRUTH CAN'T BE HIDDEN.

Is this asking for equal pay like the minister of health is claiming of JOHESU
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