JOHESU had on April 18, embarked on industrial action due to what it described as the insensitivity and lackadaisical attitude of drivers of the health sector.
"The Minister wishes to state that in trade unionism, such meddlesomeness arising from an unhealthy inter-union rivalry will adversely put pressure on social dialogue mechanism, clog the wheel of progress and in this instance, retard the return of industrial harmony in the entire health sector".
Tinubu, who doubles as Chairman, Senate Committee on Environment, said the tide, as at then, was stemmed by quick response of the government.
She said that recent reports by the World Health Organisation (WHO), showed that the disease was back in neighboring Congo with 19 deaths and 39 infected casualties recorded so far.
"We must ensure that Nigeria is not taken unawares again".
"It is also pertinent to once again remind government about the concluding part of our letter no. NMA/PRE/SG/03/0751 of 21st March 2014, which states, "In view of the above, the NMA painfully wishes to inform the federal government of Nigeria that any award to the non-medically qualified health professionals that violates the January and July agreements of 2014 shall result in the resumption of the suspended withdrawal of service of 2014".
He gave the caution in a statement issued by Deputy Director, Media and Public Relations of the ministry, Oshundun Olajide, yesterday in Abuja.
Meanwhile the minister of labour and Employment, Chris Ngige who chaired the meeting however advised doctors under the Nigerian medical association to be cautious in interrupting and meddling with the ongoing discussions between the health workers and the government to allow for a more peaceful and generally acceptable resolutions.
He pointed out that the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), have accused JOHESU members of harassing and molesting members of NARD and other medical officers at their respective duty posts.
The Honourable Minister further re-iterates that all Heads of medical institutions should as a matter of urgency provide adequate security for the working members of staff and any person found disturbing the peace in any health facility should be made to face the law.
"The federal government should reach a compromise with the health workers because Nigerians are dying".