MDCN denies signing agreement with UK that doctors must practice 10 years in Nigeria
The Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria has denied experiences that it signed an settlement that each one medical docs should observe in Nigeria for a minimum of 10 years earlier than being certified to dwell and work within the UK.
MDCN made the denial in an announcement on its Twitter web page.
It mentioned though it visited the UK’s Normal Medical Council, and mentioned some areas of issues, rumors of such settlement was mischievous.
“The Social media was flooded with pretend information and misinterpretations over MDCN’s go to to the @gmcuk Normal Medical Council, UK.
“We had loads of helpful discussions amongst which is the potential of the UK authorities to repatriate some funds in step with international well being initiatives from Nigerian docs who had been skilled with taxpayers’ funds.
“Dialogue round stemming the tide of mind drain additionally passed off. Due to this fact, the hearsay about bilateral settlement that each one Nigerian – skilled docs should observe in Nigeria for a minimum of 10 years earlier than being certified to dwell and work within the UK or elsewhere is FALSE, uncalled for, mischievous and needs to be completely disregarded.
“Nevertheless, no type of settlement was signed.”