How I relocated to the UK after not being paid for over one year at a military hospital in Nigeria — Medical doctor

Medical doctor has revealed how he relocated to the UK after not being paid for over one year at a military hospital in Nigeria .

He said after finishing Medical school, he did his house job with a Military hospital in Lagos.
he worked there for 12 months and he wasn’t paid A DIME throughout. He was then adviced not to leave the system because that will reduce his chances of getting paid what was owed him. So he worked
an extra 2 months for them. Still no salary was paid.

Then all of us (Medical Doctors, Pharmacists, Physiotherapists etc) went on strike & told our story on National TV. Within 4 weeks, Ministry of Defence suddenly released their salary for 8 out of the 14 months.

They  were happy and went back to get signed off for NYSC but the Military hospital banned us from
getting signed for NYSC because they  “embarrassed them” on National TV.

This led to him missing his NYSC batch and sitting idle at home for 7 months. He couldn’t move ahead with his life &  couldn’t go back to repeat House-job all over again.

Then God intervened they were made to apologise & were later recalled. No-one told him before he wrote exams to relocate to the UK. He saved up money as he lived with his parents, he didn’t buy a car, saved like cr@zy & took loans. He did all of this just to raise the money he needed to move to the UK.

Within 6 months of working in the UK, he had  paid back ALL the loans and even saved up a good amount of money as well.


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