Medical doctors practising in Nigeria have shared several risks involved in the medical workspace.
The discussion began after medical students under the aegis of the Nigerian Medical Students Association (NiMSA) refuted the proposal Reps of the body made.
The proposal, which affected medical students, stated that all Nigerian medical students practising in the country must put in 5 years of work in Nigeria before travelling abroad.
Medical practitioners in Nigeria revealed that those leaving the country to practise abroad are mostly doing so because of the hazardous working conditions in Nigerian hospitals.
They then shared personal experiences, with many talking about how they collapsed after working for 60 hours straight.
See the experiences related on Twitter below.