Lagos State governor, Babatunde Fashola, has announced plans by the state to build a ‘medical village’ in the state.
According to the governor, “it will help restrain Nigerians from seeking foreign medical service.”
This disclosure was made by governor Fashola during a courtesy visit by the members of the West African College of Surgeons led by its President, Professor Harve Yangni-Angate at the Lagos House, Alausa Secretariat, Ikeja.
The governor further said: “We have received a few applications from interested medical practitioners.
“With this, we will have a cluster of health practitioners. And I believe that this will help turn the state into medical hub for the country.