The health workers and support staff are demanding four months arrears owed them by Africare, a non-governmental organization supporting the country’s heath system.
Dr. Logan told Journalists in Gbarnga that the striking workers have returned to work following a meeting with them.
He explained that the aggrieved workers agreed to return to work after informing them that Africare was doing everything to pay them in seven to ten days.
However, most of the workers who spoke to the Liberia News Agency Correspondent said although the County Human Resource Officer met them, they did not agree to resume work until their incentives are paid.
The health workers and support staff said they were surprised to hear Dr. Logan informing the public that they have returned to work following a meeting with him.
A spokesman for the aggrieved workers who spoke to the Liberia News Agency at the C. B. Dunbar Maternity Hospital in Gbarnga, said they will remain on the go-slow until their four months incentives are paid.
Health workers outside Gbarnga who are part of the current go-slow action also told the Liberia News Agency that they have not returned to work and will not do so until their incentives are paid.