Mental Health Disorder in Nigeria

I had the privilege of being interviewed on mental health disorder in Nigeria sometime ago by someone as learned and passionate as Miss Peace.

Miss Peace is a writer and curator of cliquetalkblog.com she’s an entrepreneur who’s passionate about youth development in Nigeria and she’s presently working on a project to better the lives of unemployed graduates.

Question: Why is the issue of mental health disorder in Nigeria more pervasive now than it was in the 80s and 90s?. Some people say it’s end time sign.

This is what I have to say link

Response: I think there are lots of reasons why mental health disorder in Nigeria is more pervasive now than it was in the 80s, but one major reason is that the world has become a global village in the sense that everything and everyone is interconnected in one form or the other. information is easily accessible and this means that things and people can be easily influenced and the dissemination of information is as fast as the speed of light compared to the 80s

Please click on any of the links to read her full questions and my responses and drop your feedback.

Thanks and God bless.

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