Professor Taiwo Asaolu, the vice chancellor of the University of Ilesa (UNILESA), has pushed for better benefits and compensation for healthcare workers.
Asaolu also rejected the notion that medical graduates ought to be required to work in the nation for a certain amount of years following graduation prior to being allowed to move overseas.
Speaking on the occasion of the university’s inauguration of a nursing student dorm, the UNILESA VC recommended the federal government to address the economy and increase the appeal of employment in the nation to school dropouts.
Some of these medical students would still have paid if the expense of their training had gone up.
Therefore, the government is paying because it is easy for them to do so. I disagree with “bonding them,” which is the practice of putting medical students undergoing training on bond in order to keep them from leaving right away.
If the job market had been more favorable, the majority of them would not have left the nation. They won’t go if they receive fair compensation. They won’t go if the expense of living is acceptable. All we need to do is get it right.
It’s common for someone to lean toward the area where his lots are more favorable. The government ought to stabilize the economy and supply necessities.