|Ebola-Patrick Sawyer killed Nigerian Nurse on her 1st day at work!
country. The young Nigerian Nurse,Justina Obioma Ejelonu who went on facebook to talk about how she was lucky to escape the virus even though she treated Patrick Sawyer,met him on her very first day at work! She had just got the job.Justina Obioma Ejelonu was a very unfortunate young lady who died an unnecessary death.Imagine getting a new job and getting infected of an incurable disease on the very same day!
I did say Patrick Sawyer killed Justina ,because that's exactly what he did.He infected her on purpose,he knew the disease was incurable and was determined to take along with him as many people as possible.He avoids contact with people from his own country,but goes to Nigeria to hug ,shake and urinate on people!
Justina's sister has been talking about how Obioma met her death.Can you also believe Nigerian Authorities didn't find it fit to inform Obioma's family of her death?They had to find out their sister and daughter was dead on social media?That is absolutely disgusting.You do wonder what kind of people some Nigerians have become.Here is an account of the sorry saga by the late Nurse Justina Obioma's sister.
“The day she met the infected Liberian was her first day at work at that hospital. She just got that job. She was the one that called me and ‘gisted’ me about Ebola and told us how she met and attended to Patrick Sawyer. Later on, she told me she was having fever. I asked her to go back to the hospital so that she would be tested and she did so that night. She was moved back into the hospital that night as she started throwing up and I kept in touch with her until the last day.”“She also says they are being stigmatised
I spoke to Obioma two days ago (Wednesday). She said, ‘My sister, I am better now. Don’t worry, I am okay.’ I felt she was doing better. I didn’t know she was going to die.”
“It was through Facebook that I got to know that my sister was dead. Nobody from the state government called us. Nobody from where she worked called us either. It was from blogs on the Internet that I heard the story.”
We have been stigmatised. Some people called some of my colleagues in the office and told them my sister, Obioma, was the one that came down to Enugu. They said she ran to her sister’s house in Trans Ekulu and also mentioned my office name, Women for Women International.
“Apart from that, my parents are also being stigmatised. The story going round in the village is that my parents came to Lagos to see Obioma and contracted the disease as well. My parents have been staying with me. I invited my father to come over to Enugu when this story about a nurse being infected with EVD broke on the internet.” “My sister knew the implication. She was a nurse. She mistakenly and ignorantly got infected and she knew the disease was deadly. There was no way she would have run to us in Enugu, knowing that the disease is highly contagious. Once bitten, twice shy. She wouldn’t have wanted us to get infected. That is why I am saddened with this rumour that she came to see me in Enugu.