Reactions As Saudi Arabia Recruits Nigerian Medical Experts In Abuja

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In a video seen by Okanga Trumpeters, overwhelming number of Nigerian medical experts were seen during the physical recruitment exercise held in Sharaton Hotel Abuja, Nigeria  by Saudi authority.

In a video posted by Objectv Media, some medical doctors vented their annoyance and disappointment with the Nigerian Government, admitting lack of concern and care for their welfare. They said they have to apply for jobs overseas because their basic needs here are not provided. Read Other Related Articles:



Resident Doctors in Nigeria have been on strike for more than a month and sadly series of negotiations with the Federal Government have yielded no result. speaking during the recruitment by Saudi authority, one of the striking doctors said “It is sad that the government is not even doing anything about it. And you can imagine my Honorable Minister of health came out and he threatened us” – the speaker alleged

“It doesn’t make sense and it worsen the whole situation. To be candid, we are very very disappointed, I personally, am very disappointed” .

Speaking further, he said he work in a very critical department in a hospital and many a time, he would use his personal money to purchase some of the things the hospital may need, just for sake of the patients.

Another doctor, who remained anonymous said he was applying for the Saudi job to escape the ills of the Nigerian society. “A lot of discouraging things, you see banditry, you see kidnapping, incessant strike and among others. If someone can get a place where he can work,  place that is calm and place where one can use his skills, is it not better to go there?”.

Vivian Okolo, who is a female medical doctor said “I left medical school April, 2011, and I’m surprised to see my teacher here too. You know what it means? my teacher that taught me how many years ago. I’m giving up on the country, on our leaders. This is the worst i have seen, i never knew it has gone this bad – She said

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