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Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by TruthsFM: 9:02am On Jan 01
The Registrar, Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria, MLSCN, Tosan Erhabor, on Sunday said a total of 10,697 medical laboratory scientists had left the country.

The Registrar said more than 4,504 medical laboratory scientists left the country in 2023, attributing the migration by medical scientists from the country to different reasons

Erhabor who revealed this to newsmen, added that a policy is being put together by the Federal Ministry of Health to address the problem.

He noted that when launched, the policy would regulate the migration of Nigerian health workers.

The registrar said that the government has reviewed the hazard allowance of health professionals to boost their productivity.

He said, “The total number of medical laboratory scientists that have migrated is 10,697.

“The government is considering reviewing the minimum wage and certain peculiar allowances for health professionals.

“A safe and conducive work environment can be a panacea to reducing the pace of brain drain amongst medical laboratories,” he said.

He continued, “Some are leaving as a result of poor remuneration and uncertainties in their career progression in teaching hospitals.

“Others are leaving in order to study abroad, acquire new skills and enhance their professional status.”


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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by TruthsFM: 9:03am On Jan 01
Nigeria people are japaing to developed nations. No time to waste time

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by amnesty7: 9:13am On Jan 01
Ok
Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by nairalee(m): 11:11am On Jan 01
I remember VIVIDLY when Chris Ngige said the doctors and medical practitioners can go, we have more than enough. Even in drunkenness, one should apply wisdom before talking

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by money121(m): 11:11am On Jan 01
Wahala

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by Olutozn54(m): 11:11am On Jan 01
Na this year we go join them

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by sukkot: 11:11am On Jan 01
cheesy

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by finallybusy: 11:12am On Jan 01
That’s a small number. Come back when it hits millions.

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by Eriokanmi: 11:12am On Jan 01
Babsng:
Too bad
How? But more are warming up to leave. LUTH has become a shadow of itself now. Imagine a Dr earning 400k monthly before tinubu came and the salary is still same today. How would he/she cope?

I see people going back to herbs and traditional birth attendants soon because hospital bills and cost of drugs are crazy now. It's a very risky adventure, caused by the renewed hope agenda cos death arising from childbirth would soar.

Beecham ampiclux is now 16k a sachet. At times, 3-4 sachets could be prescribed for post-operative treatment

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by Classicalman(m): 11:12am On Jan 01
Tinubunomics at work.

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by YourNextLevel(m): 11:12am On Jan 01
.....and some are working towards it because no hope seen for a common Nigerian

Is only Jesus that can sustain anyone here

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by EdoBoy90(m): 11:13am On Jan 01
More will still leave
Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by JOACHINpedro: 11:13am On Jan 01
Wow. This year own go shock people

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by SoNature(m): 11:13am On Jan 01
I tell people that with this Japa syndrome, the West will take all the useful people in this country, leaving us with dregs of society who spend 24/7 online hailing Tinubu and attacking those who criticize this clueless government.

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by nstore: 11:14am On Jan 01
Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by izubext007: 11:14am On Jan 01
10k + nal unal dey do for here
Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by fnep2smooth(m): 11:14am On Jan 01
We are joining them soon

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by CatchMeIfUCanMO: 11:14am On Jan 01
Ok
Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by CatchMeIfUCanMO: 11:15am On Jan 01
No worry, the number will increase this year.

We sef go soon join them.

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by Macphenson: 11:15am On Jan 01
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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by stasius: 11:15am On Jan 01
Poor Renumeration.

How do you expect them to stay?
Nigerian health workers are actually the most humane in the whole world.

But they are not appreciated!

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by nothingspoil70: 11:16am On Jan 01
Opportunities for new graduates.
This is good news for my niece about to finish in the university

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by tetralogyfallot(m): 11:17am On Jan 01
Olutozn54:
Na this year we go join them
Insha'Allah

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by raddyworld: 11:17am On Jan 01
Japa is good but the truth remains that we should face our fears.
If that is how the other developed country did during their challenges will they be anywhere developed today.
Mind you the corruption in Nigeria is perpetrated by Nigerians and not only govt.
Same set of people collect peanut to vote wrong people.
Same corrupt health system.
An example is ekerenadu and the cohort.
It is until we all understand that the problem to Nigeria today are curse by same Nigerians.
We won't move forward.
Pointing fingers to those in power meanwhile some of them are just youth or workers in lower cadre some years back.
What about senators from labour party?
Who could have leave a good example, but gave excuses to purchase car worth 160m.
Oga When you get to the top we will know your true nature

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by Greenfusion: 11:17am On Jan 01
nairalee:
I remember VIVIDLY when Chris Ngige said the doctors and medical practitioners can go, we have more than enough. Even in drunkenness, one should apply wisdom before talking
exactly, I remember too and he was applauded and supported by the yeye APC people.....they didn't understand that everything shouldn't be political.....today what's the result.

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by nstore: 11:18am On Jan 01

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Re: Japa: 10,697 Medical Laboratory Scientists Left Nigeria – Registrar by LZAA: 11:19am On Jan 01
Regulate migration?
😄😄😄
Dey play
Clowns🚶‍♂️

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