NIGERIANS spent a total of $39.66bn on foreign education and healthcare-related services between 2010 and 2020, according to the Central Bank of Nigeria data.
According to CBN’s Balance of Payments, Nigerian parents and guardians paid about $28.65bn for their wards to study abroad during the period under review. The BoP report also revealed that Nigerians paid $11.01bn for healthcare-related services in foreign countries…
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