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Do you know with as little as N650 monthly or N7800 a year, you can access Antenatal care, Normal and Assisted delivery as well as 6weeks Neonatal care for your new baby.
Alot of families don't understand why they spend so much on their hospital bills. No one prays for sickness but it can occur. Mostly when we have children.
Here is why
if you have babies they will need alot of attention and care because they're young and we really cannot decide when they will be ill. The honest truth is that babies will get sick that's why they're called babies. Most families are sent into poverty because of their loved one who got sick. We will someday get sick as humans but we may not have money when it happens.
So hospital bills are very expensive if you don't have a medical insurance even for our babies or aging parents. In good countries everyone has a health insurance. So today with over 1170 hospitals nationwide we made health insurance possible at cheap cost.
If you're planning to conceive a child, raise a family, see the doctor, manage your pregnancy's antenatal and ensure your baby's care 6 weeks after birth then subscribe to SOSOCARE Micro health insurance at just N650 or N350 for you or for your family.
You can check for a hospital from our list here
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