Nigeria’s Health Market — Giant-In-Waiting


Nigeria has a limited but expanding social insurance system. Several state governments, including Lagos, Kwara, Delta, Ogun, and Cross Rivers, are making it mandatory for all citizens to have some form of health insurance, where government aspires to pay for those unable to afford premiums. As for the private health insurance market, penetration — as with most developing countries— is low, in part because of a public perception of low quality.

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