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Dencia asks the $1million Ebola question

02 September 2014, 15:01

Lagos - Cameroonian pop musician/Whitenicious Entrepreneur Dencia is seeking $1 000 000 to purchase the experimental Ebola drug, Z-Mapp, for Africans affected by the virus.

The musician released a video on Monday where she stated her hopes and fears about the Ebola virus in West Africa.

Also read:Dencia slams African leaders and Obama

Presently the  manufacturers of Z-Mapp said that the current stock of the drug is finished.

There are 15 confirmed cases of Ebola,  with  seven of the patients recovered, according to  government officials.

Some 160 people are being medically monitored in the oil-producing hub of Port Harcourt after a doctor died from the virus.

Also read: Dencia wants to turn your black daughter white

Six people have died of the disease in Africa's most populous country.

She opened the donations by putting $250 000 into the funds.


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