This was disclosed by the Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr Ajjampur Ghanashuam, who made this known at the celebration of the 66th India Republic Day 2015 in Abuja.
According to him, the two hospitals would specialise in cancer and eye treatments.
He said India was renowned for advancement in medicine and that the country was prepared to make the same high quality medical service available to Nigerians.
He lamented that prominent Nigerians had died of cancer-related ailments because the disease was not detected early.
According to him, cancer patients still have the chance to live if there is early detection and management of the disease.