Majekodunmi advocates world-class facility to reduce medical tourism

Speaking during a briefing held last Friday to mark the second anniversary of the hospital, Majekodunmi said that Nigerians would be discouraged to travel abroad for treatment, if they could get the same quality of health care service in the country.

~ Punch

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