Indian hospital in Abuja stems Nigerian health tourism

Indian hospital in Nigeria

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Twenty thousand Africans travel to India every year for hospital treatment they can't get at home, so an Indian company has set up a hospital in Nigeria.

The Primus Hospital, staffed by Indian medics, specialises in lifestyle diseases and chronic complaints such as diabetes and arthritis.

Patients come from all over Nigeria and other African countries.

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