Doctor In Port Harcourt Dies Of Ebola Virus After Secretly Treating Diplomat Who Is Still Alive

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***Serves him right, i wonder how much the diplomat must have offered him***
A Doctor resident in Port Harcourt who SECRETLY treated a diplomat that had direct contact with late Idiotic Patrick Sawyer in Lagos, died on Friday (August 22nd) from Ebola virus disease. Ironically, the diplomat he treated is still alive.
The unidentified doctor had taken the diplomat to an undisclosed hotel in Port Harcourt to secretly treat him after the diplomat failed to turn himself in during the search for those who had direct contact with the late Patrick Sawyer.
The late doctors wife has reportedly fallen ill and has been quarantined in Port Harcourt. 

Meanwhile the hospital where the doctor works, Good Heart Hospital as well as the hotel the diplomat was secretly treated has been shut down and sealed by the Rivers state government.
The Minister of Health who had on Tuesday August 26th announced that Nigeria had only one case of Ebola is expected to make a statement today August 28th regarding this new development.
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  1. Anonymous

    August 28, 2014 at 9:53 am

    Y do u like to follow sahara reporters wit its fake news, dat was aw it reported 5new cases which was not true, must Nigerians always panic of info dat is not real, let minister of health confirm it before publishing it to us, love ur blog, don't spoilt it friend.


  2. Anonymous

    August 28, 2014 at 9:56 am

    Why would a doctor treat a suspected Ebola case in a hospital and not report such to the government? This is crass and irresponsible, now Rivers has a case on its hands.



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