- A physician identified as Doc Neto has taken to social media to raise alarm over the exit of Nigerian doctors from the country
- Sharing a post which showed how many doctors have been licensed in the UK, Neto pointed out that only singers Dr Sid and Small Doctor will be left soon
- The tweet as expected, sparked reactions on social media, while some laughed at it, others created serious discussion
The exit of Nigerian doctors in their numbers to other foreign countries to practice has sparked reactions on social media.
A physician identified as Doc Neto in his tweet disclosed that the UK has licensed 266 Nigerian doctors in just two months.
Wishing Nigerians good luck, Neto noted that at the end of the day musicians Dr Sid and Small Doctor will be the only ones left to treat Nigerians.
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"Good luck to you all. Na small doctor and Dr Sid go remain to treat una for naija las las. "UK licenses 266 Nigerian doctors in two months."
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View the tweet below:
Neto's tweet sparks reactions
"Doctors have been leaving the shores of Nigeria in search of greener pastures since the 80s and it will continue like that."
"Sid is actually a Dentist, he actually went to university and earned the degree not to mocked by the likes of you."
"I like the fact that we can laugh even when we know we're really screwed"
"If @aproko_doctor leaves who will be the Minister of water resources?"
"At least Dr Sid na dentist. É fit do show for night and root canal for afternoon "
"and Dr Zeh."
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