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Nigeria’s health crisis

By Guardian Exclusive
27 Jul 2017   |   1:18 pm   |   0m 58s
Nigeria is spending only about N1,500 per citizen annually compared to over £2,000 per person in the UK. This falls short of the Abuja Declaration, a commitment by African heads of governments to spend at least 15% of their national budgets on the health sector.


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  • Christopher Adodo

    They don’t care for the health of poor
    Nigerians, when they could afford to receive the best healthcare in foreign countries. In fact, Nigerian leaders are very funny, self centered and selfish.

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