We shouldn’t reject NHI simply because of a fear of corruption

A more useful conversation would be about what systems should be put in place to curtail the potential rot

19 May 2024 - 00:00 By Sunday Times Editorial

It would be hard to find anyone entirely opposed to the constitutional injunction for universal health coverage. In fact, many of those who censured the signing into law of the National Health Insurance (NHI) Act prefaced their criticism by acknowledging the nobility of the ideal of providing healthcare to the poor...

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