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In Nigeria, malaria incidence has been observed to impose sizable economic burden on households and national health outcomes at large. Evidence suggests this illness affects production by reducing household's labour supply and the household's ability to effectively utilize resources. Successive Nigerian governments have been making efforts at ensuring that there is an improvement in the level of health outcome through health expenditure on malaria incidence, in addition to increased healthdoi:10.6007/ijarbss/v5-i12/1924 fatcat:omv2ivj6obg6hp4y4vvwpiftyi