Dr. Chris Ngige, Minister Of Labor and Productivity, has said specialists in Nigeria are allowed to leave, as the nation is running in abundance of specialists.
Ngige made the proclamation on Channels Television's Sunrise Daily on Wednesday.
Requested to remark on mind channel and if the conscious enlistment of Nigerian specialists by outside consulates is impeding to the country's wellbeing division, Ngige stated: "No, I am not stressed [about specialists leaving the country]. We have excess.
"On the off chance that you have excess, you send out. It happened a few years back here. I was shown science and science by Indian instructors in my optional school days. There are surplus in their nation and we likewise have surplus in the restorative calling in our nation. I can reveal to you this. In my general vicinity, we have abundance.
"Who said we don't have enough specialists? We have all that anyone could need. You can cite me. There is nothing incorrectly in them going out. When they travel to another country, they procure cash and send them back home here. Indeed, we have remote trade income from them and not simply oil."
Whenever inquired as to whether he was certain about what he was stating, Ngige said it is useful for specialists to go out as they would get preparing from abroad and open up focuses in Nigeria.
"Will you call that cerebrum channel?" he inquired.
"I know two or three them who practice abroad yet set up restorative focuses back home. They have CAT check, MRI filter which even the administration can't keep up. Along these lines, I don't perceive any misfortune."
Whenever inquired as to whether mind channel was not harming the wellbeing segment, he stated: "Cerebrum channel might be unfriendly when, for example, neurosurgeons travel and we don't have neurosurgeons here."