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uk: Over 4,500 Nigerian Doctors Flee To UK Since Buhari Became President 2021-08-13 13:29:57
The number of doctors leaving Nigeria for the UK annually increased by 478% within four years.


4,528 Nigerian medical doctors trained in the country have migrated to the United Kingdom to practice in the past six years.


The country's health sector is infamous for its general decline that has frustrated many trained professionals to seek greener pastures abroad.

The sector is already in dire need of more trained professionals, but that is not stopping many of the current ones from fleeing abroad, with the UK a hotspot.

The Senior Medical Officer of the British General Medical Council, Miranda Newey, said even the operational challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has not decreased the demand for test placements from Nigerian doctors.


The spike in doctors' migration made us to open a bigger clinical assessment centre to enable us to test more doctors wanting to work in the UK," she told The Punch.

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