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EBOLA: Jonathan Calls The Man That Brought Ebola Into Nigeria, Patrick Sawyer A Crazy Man



President Goodluck Jonathan has berated the late Patrick Sawyer; calling his deliberate actions of coming to Nigeria a pure madness.
Vanguard reports that the Nigerian President expressed his grief over the way the late Liberian contaminated the country by deliberately coming into the country when he was in know that he was carrying a deadly contractible disease.The President, made this known in his speech at the annual Interfaith Conference in Abuja today.
In his words, Jonathan said: “As a government, we promise that we will do everything humanly possible to contain the Ebola virus. “On Wednesday, I will meet with governor of the states, and they must come with their commissioners of Health. We must make sure that every state is prepared, where they lack, the federal government will support them, “My conversation with the WHO DG, Dr Margaret Chan was revealing, she said 60 per cent of the transmission was spread during burials. That is why in my announcement, I’ve been saying that people should be careful about burials.” “Some people like burial ceremonies. This is not the time for burial ceremony, somebody is dead, he is dead, leave him there. This is not the best time for those ceremonies.” “If he is dead, he is already dead, Sawyer that brought this Ebola to Nigeria; his sister died of Ebola. And he started acting somehow, his country asked him not to leave the country, let them observe him, but the crazy man decided to leave and found his way here.” Meanwhile, the federal government Monday said one new case was recorded over the weekend, bringing the number to 10 now”.
However, it would be recalled that few days ago, the Liberian Government apologized on behalf of the Liberian who played a rather tragic  role in bringing the Ebola disease into the country. Furthermore, Minister of Health, Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu made it known today in a press conference on the update of the Ebola Virus Disease that Nigeria has recorded 10 development of the deadly virus including the Liberian, in which 2 deaths have been recorded ( Liberian and Nigerian nurse), the remaining 8 are under treatment while over 177 people who had the both minor and major contact with the Liberian have been placed under surveillance

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