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I worked in a military hospital in Lagos for 14 months and was not paid a penny

I worked in a military hospital in Lagos for 14 months and wasn

A Nigerian doctor based in London, UK, Toluwani Binutu, has advised young people to move to other countries where their potential will be celebrated.

Dr Binutu gave the advice on Wednesday, March 1, when he shared his Nigerian story on Instagram.

“MY NIGERIAN STORY. After completing my medical studies, I did my domestic work in a military hospital in Lagos. I worked there for 12 months and was not paid ONE DIME throughout. then advised me not to quit the system because it reduced my chances of getting paid what was owed to me. So I worked 2 more months for them. Still no pay”, he wrote .

“Then all of us (doctors) went on strike and told our story on national television. Within 4 weeks the Ministry of Defense suddenly released our salary for 8 of the 14 months. We were happy and went back to get signed for NYSC But the military hospital banned us from signing for NYSC because we “embarrassed” them on national television.

“It caused me to miss my NYSC lot and sit idly at home for 7 months. I couldn’t move on with my life and I couldn’t go back to repeating the work at home. Then God intervened We were made to apologize and later called back No one told me before I write to move to UK Saved money Lived with my parents, I didn’t buy a car, I saved like crazy and took out loans.

“My heart bleeds for the Nigerian youth. I would advise you not to spend your life force and potential on fighting forces. Forge your own path, whether at home or abroad, wherever you can.

‘If it becomes necessary, move to another country where your obvious, absolute and abundant potential will be celebrated everywhere. You only have one life to live. Just one.”

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