Ebola: Nigerians should stop harrassing us – Liberian president cries out

The Liberian government has complained that its citizens are being harassed ever since the first case of Ebola in Nigeria was recorded by a Liberian.The Ambassador to Nigeria Martin George told Nigeria’s Health Minister, Onyebuchi Chukwu

“The attention of our embassy has been brought to several cases of
harassment of Liberians especially in Lagos and other places. This
harassment borders on stereotyping and sometimes expression of collective guilt.“Just because the ‘index case’ came from Liberia, so ‘all Liberians in Nigeria have Ebola’.

is the message and people are being harassed,” “There are law-abiding
Liberians living here in Nigeria who have been harassed.
So I appeal for your indulgence as you frame the responses especially
on the radio talk shows. People have been making all kind of derogatory
remarks that have been brought to our attention,”

The Liberian government
has also apologized to Nigeria for Patrick Sawyer’s trip which spread Ebola
into Nigeria. They acknowledged he was aware of his status,  and was under
surveillance but, ignored  medical advice and escaped .
The Liberian
Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Nurudeem Mohammed,told journalists
in Abuja.
“The Liberian President
President has personally called to apologise on the unfortunate development.She
specifically said her country had declared a state of emergency over the Ebola
epidermic in Liberia.
She equally apologized that Sawyer ignored medical advice
and escaped out of Liberia.”

Ebola: HOW Patrick Sawyer ignored medical advice, escaped to Nigeria & urinated on Medical Personnel at Lagos Hospital

A report detailing the final hours
of Liberian Patrick Sawyer, the man who brought Ebola virus into Lagos from Liberia
has surfaced. Sawyer was the first documented case of Ebola in Nigeria after he
arrived in Lagos from Monrovia (capital of Liberia) on 20th of July 2014. He
collapsed at the Murtala Mohammed Airport after displaying symptoms of the
disease and was taken to First Consultants Hospital Obalende, Ikoyi.
According to the report when Mr.
Sawyer was told he had Ebola he flew into a rage, pulled down his pants and
proceeded to urinate on the medical personnel treating him at First Consultants

Yinka Ayefele and wifey welcome third child

Yinka Ayefele preventing himself from coronavirus on stage

Gospel music singer, Yinka Ayefele and his wife, Temitope
Titilope welcomed a bouncing baby boy  - their third child and third son - a few days ago.
baby boy was christened Ayodeji, Stanley, Oluwadamisi,
Oluwafifehansimi, Joel, Omo Ayefele.

The gospel artiste got married in
2000 to his best friend Temitope Titilope.

Recall that he had an
accident December 12, 1997 while going for a radio programme and that
was the accident that cost him a spinal cord injury.


PHOTOS: Saheed and Fathia Balogun ‘reunite’

Saheed Balogun and ex-wife Fathia Williams. Photo: Naija Gists/Instagram

 No talks of reconciliation. Not just yet. But the pair will
appear in their first movie together since breaking up. 
Saheed Balogun and his ex wife, Fathia Balogun are together on
Mercy Aigbe‘s yet-to-be-released movie, Life After Marriage. This is the first
movie the two will be appearing in since their divorce in 2006.
See photos of them on the same movie set below:

 Fathia Balogun on setSaheed Balogun on set

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