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Mental Disorders: How Nigerians patronise alternative centres

By TVC News Nigeria
28 January 2020   |   6:40 am
For decades, mental health cases have steadily increased in Nigeria. With the World Health Organisation (WHO) now estimating that as much as up to 50 million persons out of the nation's 200 million population are suffering from one form of mental health challenge or the other.

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