Lagos - Nollywood actress, Stella Damasus believes that Dr Stella Adedavoh, the late senior physician who attend to Patrick Sawyer should be given national honour for saving the lives of millions of Nigerians, reports Daily Times
She said that it was her decision to prevent the Liberian Patrick Sawyer from going to Cross River that helped stop the wide spread of Ebola in Nigeria.
She also asked the Cross River State government to honour Dr Adedavoh because Patirck Sawyer was supposed to attend a seminar in Calabar, where people would have been exposed to the deadly virus.
Dr. Stella Adadevoh, who worked at First Consultant Hospital, died after being infected with the Ebola Virus while treating the late Liberian.
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he also said that the World Health Organisation and the United Nations should honour her memory and kicked off a petition for the doctor to be honoured.
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