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Ebola: Nigerians Back To Old Habits

December 16, 2014 |

The declaration of Nigeria as an Ebola-free country by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in October has prompted many Nigerians to discontinue the practice of maintaining a good level of hygiene as a measure of containing the Ebola Virus Disease.

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Meet the man who tamed Nigeria’s most lawless city

October 25, 2014 |

Babatunde Fashola, governor of Lagos, has transformed the city – and helped halt the spread of Ebola in Nigeria

He famously claims to be “just doing his job”. But in a land where politicians are known for doing anything but, … Read More

#Ebola: For the Records …Our True Heroines /Heroes on ‘Ebola’ Containment in Nigeria

October 3, 2014 |

“Because of their service and heroism … it is women like Stella Ameyo Adedevoh to whom such a claim rightly belongs …” – Babatunde Raji Fashola (BRF); Executive Governor of Lagos State, Nigeria …

… and BRF joins Dr. Stella … Read More

Nigeria is ‘Ebola-Free’ President Goodluck Jonathan Tells UN

September 25, 2014 |

Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan has said in a public statement that the country is free from the deadly Ebola virus.

The president made the comment during a UN General Assembly in New York.

“We can confidently say that today Nigeria … Read More

Ebola (The Movie) ft. Baba Funky & De Priest [@KennexMedia; @TeamDePriest; @BabaFunky]

September 7, 2014 |

Short Film on Ebola Directed by Samuel Ogunbiyi (dgn)

The Ebola Virus, which causes fever-like symptoms, usually followed by organ failure and unstoppable bleeding, and eventually death. Hence, there has been a misinformation about modes of transmission from one person … Read More

American doctor infected with Ebola returns to U.S.

August 2, 2014 |

An American doctor stricken by Ebola in West Africa arrived home for treatment in Atlanta on Saturday, and U.S. government officials are urging the public to remain confident in the health-care system’s ability to keep the deadly disease isolated.

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