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Nigerians should stop travelling abroad for treatment – Buhari 

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– President Muhammadu Buhari has revealed why Nigerians should stop travelling abroad for treatment

– The president said that the trend is really affecting citizens negatively and that the country cannot afford it any longer

– The president, speaking through the minister of science and technology, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu, said that federal government will continue to look after the health of Nigerians

President Muhammadu Buhari has said that the trend of Nigerians travelling abroad for treatment affects the country negatively and should be discouraged as soon as possible.

The president made this remark on Friday, January 3, through a representative, the minister of science and technology, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu, Vanguard reports. Onu was at the inauguration ceremony for projects at the Alex Ekwueme Federal University Teaching Hospital, Abakaliki, Enugu.

The president, speaking through the minister of science and technology, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu, said that federal government will continue to look after the health of Nigerians

Quoting President Buhari, the minister said: “Nigerians have suffered so much going abroad for medical treatment. This is not good for us and it must stop because we can’t afford it again. We have paid very serious attention to the health of our people and will continue to do so.”

Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that President Buhari on Saturday, November 2, departed Makkah via Abdulaziz International Airport Jeddah for the United Kingdom after he successfully performed the Lesser Hajj. The president left Makkah for Jeddah at about 1.30pm (local time) while his presidential aircraft took-off for London at exactly 3.05pm.

The departure was after all the airport protocol led by Mayor of Jeddah, Almeer bin Abdallah bin Jalawi. Recall that the president travelled to London, the United Kingdom, on a private visit after attending the Economic Forum of the Future Investment Initiative (FII) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Femi Adesina, the special adviser to the president on media and publicity, made this known in a statement released on Monday, October 28.

Source: LegitNG

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