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16 Apr 2020
Africa's elite have a record of jetting abroad for medical treatment. As the global health sector buckles under Covid-19 and flights stay grounded, they are forced to face up to the chronic state of hospitals at home.
8 Aug 2019
Reps begin to move to avert a crisis in Nigeria's health sector.
27 Jul 2017
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.
16 Sep 2016
Waje speaks on using her brand to create awareness about the Nigerian health sector.

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