The Nigerian Medical Association has finally agreed to stop its 65 day old strike and send its doctor members back to work. The news was released by body president, Kayode Obembe revealed to journalists that that the body’s members chose to suspend the strike on the interest of the ongoing public health issues in the country (Ebola outbreak). He told all striking members to return to work tomorrow and help out the country in this difficult times. Mr Obembe revealed that the delegates will go back to work cause they have worked out a deal for the FG to recall all suspended 16,000 members without punitive measures. The members were suspended by the FG Ministry of Health following a presidential directive. Read More: 24 Demand Points Of Striking Doctors Who Were Fired The Federal Government sacked about 16,000 of resident doctors over the prolonged strike they had embarked upon.