Herbal remedies 'hurt' Nigeria malaria fight

Nigeria doctors say unorthodox remedies thwart battle against mosquito-borne infectious disease.

    Malaria accounts for 30 percent of childhood deaths in Nigeria. It is one of the highest figures in Africa.

    Yet despite efforts to tackle the disease, huge challenges remain.

    Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from Abuja. 


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