Life is precious, and we do not often come across people ready to lay their lives down for others to live. These Nigerians, so patriotic, gave up their lives, giving the people they saved at the process another chance at life.In this article, We would be looking at heroic Nigerians who died so that other could live.
The Ebola virus is less contagious than the Coronavirus, but with a fatality rate of about 50 percent it is by far deadlier compared to the Coronavirus which has a fatality rate of 15 percent Dr. Mrs. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh will always be remembered, for the Supreme sacrifice she made in her line of duty, to save millions of her compatriots and Nigerians from the grip of Ebola virus She correctly diagnosed Nigeria's index case of Ebola virus in Lagos state at First Consultant Hospital in July 2014 The patient
This is How Dr. Amayo Adadevoh's Son Turned Out To Be After His Mother's Death 6 Years Ago. It is popularly said that Children are the leaders of tomorrow. For a child to be a leader tomorrow, he needs to learn good values and viture. This is only possible with the right parenting. Dr. Amayo Adadevoh is an example of a virtuous woman who trained up her only child in the right way. Even after His mother's sad departure, Her good values and virtues which she instilled in him kept him going and now is on the road
6 Years After The Death Of The Woman Who Saved Nigeria From Ebola Virus,See Photos Of Her Only Child
6 years after the sad death of the woman who saved Nigeria from the Ebola virus, see photos of his only child. Today makes it 6 years exactly that the late Ameyoh Adadevoh died after saving Nigeria from the deadly virus called the 'Ebola virus'. She was really remembered for her greatness and how she sacrificed her own life for the country to be free of the deadly virus. You could call her a great woman and for real, she is one of the greatest women, the country would ever have. She is a woman of virtue and
Dr. Stella Curbed The Spread Of Ebola With Her Life. Meet Her Only Son Who Got Wedded After She Died
Dr. Stella Adadevoh Curbed The Spread Of Ebola With Her Life. Meet Her Only Son Who Got Married After Her Death Nigeria has people who still believe in patriotism and who can stake their lives for the peace and progress of the country. Men and women in the time part have given much for this country so that present-day youths could enjoy great things. The likes of Herbert Macaulay, Ajayi Crowther, Nnamdi Azikwe, Tafawa Balewa, Obafemi Awolowo, and more really paid greatly for the progress of this great nation.
There are many heroes and heroines that can never be forgotten in the society because of their sacrifices for the people. One of such people is the late doctor, Ameyo Stella Adadevoh. Ameyo Adadevoh was a Nigerian physician who died at the age of 57. Ameyo Adadevoh's name became unerasable during the Ebola outbreak in 2014.The deadly virus was spreading rapidly across some parts of Africa and Ameyo Adadevoh was able to correctly diagnose Patrick Sawyer, a Liberian, as Nigeria's first case of Ebola at an hospital in Lagos.
Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh was a Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist at a private hospital in Lagos, Nigeria. She worked in the hospital for 21 years and like others, she had never heard of Ebola before but she made history by giving up her life to stop it's spread in Nigeria. She was able to contain the first positive Ebola patient in Nigeria by refusing the orders of the Liberian officials who wanted the patient to be discharged in order for him to attend a conference. For the best interest of the public,
6 Years After She Died From Ebola, See How Successful Dr. Adadevoh's only Son Turned Out To Be Late Dr. Mrs Adadevoh would forever be remembered as she played a very vital role in Nigeria's History. Many lives would have been lost, if not for the bravery of Dr Adadevoh. She is a role model to all Nigerian women out there. A very selfless woman by nature, She always put others first as her profession required her to do. Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh was a renowned Nigerian Medical Doctor. She is well known for
Six years have passed since Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh sacrificed her life to save millions of Nigerians from the Ebola epidemic. She was indeed a heroine who saved Nigeria from what could have been a major health crisis through enforcement of medical ethics in such situation and died in the process. In remembrance of Dr. Adadevoh, here are a few notable facts worth knowing. Early Life Ameyo Stella Shade Adadevoh was born on Saturday, 27th October 1956 in Lagos, Nigeria to Professor Babatunde Kwaku Adadevoh.
In remembrance of Dr. Stella Ameyo Adadevoh the lady doctor who sacrificed her life to save Nigerians from Ebola Outbreak in 2014. Our Heroin, our pride, the woman before every Nigerian heart. DR. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh is a Nigerian physician and endocrinologist who worked in a private hospital in Lagos, her steadfastness and courageous step saved Nigeria from ebola Outbreak in 2014. I couldn't meet her in person but as a Nigerian I knew that she gave up her life for me to be saved, when I look at her image
In life there are individuals who will always remain a hero for their uncommon sacrifice for the love of humanity and there country. These individuals cared less about their lives in the bid to protect and save the lives of many people. Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh is one of them. She is one of the most patriotic Nigerians who served country in the medical field. Nigeria could have found itself in this current situation of an escalated pandemic four years ago due to Ebola if not for the sacrifice Dr. Ameyo Adadevoh
The Ebola outbreak across West Africa between 2013 and 2014 was devasting taking more than 11,000 lives in three countries. And yet, it could have been so much worse but for the heroic actions of Nigerian doctor, Ameyo Stella Adadevoh. With the viral outbreak already taking hold across West Africa in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia, the threat of a devastating outbreak loomed large in Nigeria—by far the region’s largest country. And it nearly proved to be the case but for Dr. Adadevoh’s selflessness.
DRASA is supporting the Lagos State government as a member of the Public Health Emergency Operations Centre. DRASA is an abbreviation of Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh. the courageous doctor who correctly diagnosed and contained the first case of Ebola in Nigeria though she had never seen an Ebola patient before. When threatened by Liberian officials who wanted the patient – a diplomat – to be discharged to attend a conference, she resisted the pressure and said, “for the greater public good” she would n
In the midst of crisis, Heros are made and their name remain alive even in death.Do you remember Dr. Ameyo Adadevoh?born Ameyo Stella Adadevoh on the 27th of October 1956 and died 19th August 2014 after been infected with the Ebola virus.
Meet Dr. Ameyo Stella- The Dr that prevented the spread of Ebola Virus with her life Dr Ameyo stella is one of the people that cannot be forgotten in the history of Nigeria. She his an Icon,an hero she can never be forgotten because she help prevent the spread of ebola Virus and Paid with her life. The doctor prevented the spread of Ebola in Nigeria – and paid with her life. Adadevoh was the Nigerian doctor who oversaw the treatment of Patrick Sawyer, the Liberian national who brought the Ebola virus to N
Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh will forever remain in history as a medical hero. She was a Lead Consultant, Physician, and Endocrinologist at a private hospital in Lagos, Nigeria where she worked for some years before her demise. She had never discovered Ebola before but was able to diagnose and contain Nigeria’s Ebola index case-patient in July 2014. She was then compelled by Liberian officials who wanted the patient to be discharged to attend a conference, she ignored the pressure and said, “for the grea