Bill Gates, the co-founder of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, says Nigeria is one of the most difficult places to wipe out polio in the world.
Speaking at the joint forum of the Commonwealth Head of Government Meeting in Westminster on Tuesday, Gates said India, Nigeria and Pakistan have proven to be the most difficult places to wipe out the disease, adding that it was difficult but achievable.
Gates, who is the second richest man in the world, said the Commonwealth has to learn from itself in solving its own problems, stating examples of what Nigeria learnt from India in the eradication of the dangerous disease.
He said “polio eradication is a great example of this. For different reasons, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, are three of the places it has been most difficult to wipe out this disease. But India was declared Polio-free in 2014. http://henzyworld.com/advice/6-greatest-steps-on-how-to-get-your-wife-back-after-an-affair/
“The lessons learnt from there have helped Nigeria get to zero cases in 2017.”
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