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It was funfare and celebration at the permanent site of Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) as the former Chief Medical Director of Jos University Hospital, Professor Edward Bwanwat bowed out from office.

Bwanwat served for two terms of eight years.

The JOHESSU staff of the hospital took to the major roads as well as the nooks and crannies of the hospital to celebrate the exit of the former CMD.

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Speaking to the press, Secretary of JOHESSU, JUTH branch, Comrade David Atu, said they are very elated because the end of the evil reign of 8 years has ended and they can now breath fresh air, saying that during his reign, staff welfare was not prioritised.

According to him, before now, there was Christmas bonus that was always given to the staff at the end of the year and there was also renting block that staff were entitled to but were all jettisoned during his administration, adding that up till now they have not been paid their salaries.

“There are no consumables in the hospital, CT scanner and MRI machines are both malfunctioning currently in the hospital and patients are always referred to Bauchi for scanning,” he said.

“We are happy today because the man has finally gone,” he added.

Also speaking, Chairman of JUTH branch of JOHESSU, Comrade Adams Ebuga said their efforts last yielded results.

Continuing, he said for four years that members were teargased and that now the CMD is no more in office, anybody that will emerge as CMD should first seek wisdom from God not to tow the path of Bwanwat.

The overjoyed and elated staff were carrying placards with inscriptions such as. ‘Who is the Elephant now? ‘there is time for everything’, ‘the devil is gone, freedom at last in JUTH,we can now breath fresh air,the time to favor JUTH has come,the exit of Heartless CMD, among other inscriptions.

They all burnt brooms and other items to signify the end of what they termed a czar regime.

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