How time flies!
It is unimaginable to think of what fate of many families would be today if not for the courageous Dr Adadevoh’s strict intervention that prevented Patrick Sawyer from travelling from Lagos to Calabar.
In the process of preventing what could have been the biggest epidemic of Ebola virus ever, she lost her life.
Impressive how everyone took warnings of ebola virus seriously in Nigeria at the time. Remote villages were not left out with updated news blaring every other minutes from radio and television informing people about the need to report anyone with Ebola-like symptoms.
I’m sure Dr Adadevor’s family are extremely proud of her bravery just as all Nigerians are. On this World Humanitarian Day, I hope we all remember a Nigerian who took her professional oath seriously and in the process saved many Nigerians.
To Dr Adadevoh and many others that lost their lives to the terrible virus both within the continent and outside – RIP
Not forgetting all medical professionals and volunteer across the globe that helped in one way or the other to curb the spread of the virus, thank you to all.