Via Aminata.com, a May 27 report: Control agents against Ebola center Donka threaten to go on strike. The Google translation:
Waiting to receive their bonus for several weeks, health workers operating in the fight against Ebola at the epidemiological center Donka threatening to strike. They demand the payment of their bonus.
For two weeks these agents did not receive their bonus while they continue to serve at the Donka hospital. A situation that is already starting to create a stir among the staff who can not stand this treatment reserved for him. They require the control committee which receives financial support to pay their premium.
One of the officers who joined us and who preferred anonymity said: " we do not understand what happens in two weeks we received nothing and yet the committee has received enough money to enable us to work properly we operate intensively with all the risks that you know. If nothing is done in the next few days we will cease all activities "
According to credible sources the only reason delaying agents to practice their threat to strike is due to the displacement of the Minister of Health Remy Lamah also a member of the committee. This threat comes at a time when the issue of the spread of the epidemic is restarted with the death of Ebola in Télémélé.