The Joint Health Sector Unions is planning to be the latest Union to down tools.
JOHESU says it will call its affiliates to begin a nationwide strike next Wednesday, after government failed to meet their demands.
The demands include: payment of arrears of specialist allowances and upgrade of their members due for promotion.
JOHESU says its planned action will be known as ‘Operation Alligator Bite’.
The threat is coming a few days after resident doctors embarked on strike.
The government negotiated with the leadership of the National Association of Resident Doctors with a resolution to meet some of their demands. But days after the end of the negotiations, the strike has not been called off.