"I was misquoted" ~ Ngige says, as Nigerians fault his statement on doctors’ brain drain.

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“I speak from the vantage position of being a medical doctor and member, Nigerian Medical Association, since June 1979 and enriched by my vast knowledge on health administration.

“Having retired as a Deputy Director, Medical Services and Training from the Federal Ministry of Health in 1998, member of Vision 2010 Committee on Health, as well as senior member, Senate Committee on Health 2011-2015.
“Therefore, the truth, no matter how it hurts, must be told and reality, boldly faced. Hence, apart from Nigerias non-compliance with the World Health Organisation’s ratio of one doctor to six hundred patients of which I was misquoted, every other thing I said in that interview is an existential reality, useful and constructive facts which every Nigerian that watched the full interview will hardly dispute.

“I invite opinion moulders, especially those who have spoken or written on this issue, to watch the full clip of my interview with the Channels Television."
~ Dr. Chris Ngige.

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