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3 Heroic Nigerians Who Sacrificed Their Lives For Others To Live (Photos)

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.

  11 months ago ago
3 Heroic Nigerians Who Sacrificed Their Lives For Others To Live (Photos)

HEALTH

She Left Me Without Saying Goodbye , Her First Day At Work Became Her Last - Nurse Justina Fiancee

Few days ago we posted a story about the late Nurse Justina Ejelonu who personally treated Mr Patrick Sawyer and got infected with the virus . She later lost her life after fighting the virus. She was pregnant when this happened. Recently her Fiance Mr Dennis Akagha took to social media to pour his heart out to the public about how he lost her fiancee to the Ebola Virus. He said so many touching things in his thread but we are going to focus on 5 major things he revealed in his long speech.  1 . How His fiancee

  1 year ago ago
She Left Me Without Saying Goodbye , Her First Day At Work Became Her Last - Nurse Justina Fiancee

HEALTH

Meet Dr. Stella, the Physician Who Risked Her Life to Stop the Ebola Virus from Spreading in Nigeria

The golden maxim “Not all heroes wear capes” wasn’t just made out of thin air. Some people in this world we live in love helping others, even if they know that it would cost them their lives – and among such courageous persons is Dr. Stella Adadevoh, who is a Nigerian Physician.

  11 months ago ago
Meet Dr. Stella, the Physician Who Risked Her Life to Stop the Ebola Virus from Spreading in Nigeria

HEALTH

Her Sacrifice Becomes More Glaring Today. Let's Not Forget Her!

Her sacrifice becomes more glaring today. Let's not forget her! In 2014, a Liberian Patrick Sawyer flew into Nigeria acutely ill bringing Ebola into Africa's most populous country. He was in Lagos, a densely populated city of over 15 million people. He was admitted to First Consultant Clinic in Lagos where Dr Stella Adadevoh discovered that Sawyer was actually carrying Ebola. Sawyer wanted to leave the hospital but Dr Stella Adadevoh said "NO". Even when pressure came from the Liberian ambassador asking her

  2 years ago ago
Her Sacrifice Becomes More Glaring Today. Let's Not Forget Her!

POLITICS

5 Nigerian "Heroes" whose legacies will forever be remembered (see list)

When you talk about some Nigerians that have died in the past, there are some that cannot be easily forgotten. I bring to you 5 individuals Nigerians will always live to remember and tell their stories to their children.  1) Umar Musa Yar'adua: Umar Musa Yar'adua was a former President of Nigeria. He ruled from 2007 and died in 2009. During his shirt stay in the sit of power, Yar'adua can be said to be the best President Nigeria ever had. He achieved alot of things which made Nigerians happy with him. His

  2 years ago ago
5 Nigerian

COVID

Elites Hospital, Record & Everything You Need To Know About The "First Cardiology Consultant" Lagos.

The First Cardiology Consultant Hospital was founded in 2010 by the seasoned international cardiologist, Dr. Adeyemi Sanyade Johnson. The hospital has pioneered many surgical procedures in Nigeria, and has been the first choice for the Nigerian elites and top politicians.  The hospital became prominent in Nigeria after one of its staffs and National Hero, Dr. Stella Adadevoh correctly diagnosed the Nigeria's Ebola virus index case, Patrick Sawyer in July 2014.  After Dr. Adeyemi graduated from the College

  1 year ago ago
Elites Hospital, Record & Everything You Need To Know About The

COVID

Opinion: Why Nigeria Should Give National Award To Ebola Hero Dr. Adadevoh To Remember Her Today.

It was on this day, 19th of August, 2014, that a great woman, mother and wife, in person of Dr. Stella Ameyo Adadevoh bade a tearful farewell to this world. She had met her angel of death on the call of duty to her nation. She died from the dreadful Ebola virus, an infectious virus that causes severe bleeding and multiple organs failure, often lead to a painful death.  Mrs. Stella Adadevoh was born in Lagos, October 27, 1956, to the family of Babatunde Kwaku Adadevoh. She was the Lead Consultant Physician and

  1 year ago ago
Opinion: Why Nigeria Should Give National Award To Ebola Hero Dr. Adadevoh To Remember Her Today.

COVID

Nigerians Pay Tribute to Dr Adadevoh 6 Years After She Saved Millions of Nigerians From Ebola Virus

Nigerians Pay Tribute to Dr. Adadevoh 6 Years After She Saved Millions of Nigerians From Ebola Virus. It is exactly six years today that Nigeria lost a true heroine and a nationalist, Dr. Ameyo Adadevoh, whose action saved millions of Nigerians from the deadly Ebola virus. Dr. Adadevoh work at a private hospital in Lagos State in 2014, she was on duty when a Liberian National named Patrick Sawyer was rushed to the hospital, this was the period when the Ebola virus was at its peak and has already spread in some

  1 year ago ago
Nigerians Pay Tribute to Dr Adadevoh 6 Years After She Saved Millions of Nigerians From Ebola Virus

HEALTH

She died 6 years ago Preventing the Spread of Ebola Virus in Nigeria; Nigeria Remembers Dr Adadevoh

We can't forget it in a hurry, the sacrifice you made for the good of our country, Dr Stella Adadevoh. You died a national death and we all owe our life to you because we don't know the many faceless Nigerians you save with you selfless act. Late Dr Stella was born in Lagos Nigeria in October 1956 to a scientist father, Mr Babatunde Adadevoh,who is a grand child to Sir Herbert Macaulay. She got her BSc certificate in Surgery at University of Lagos College of Medicine. After completing all her other medical training

  1 year ago ago
She died 6 years ago Preventing the Spread of Ebola Virus in Nigeria; Nigeria Remembers Dr Adadevoh

HEALTH

Ebola Virus: Six Years On: Great Tribute To Late Stella Ameyo Adadevoh

Dr Stella Ameyo Adadevoh is credited to having curbed Ebola virus spread in Nigeria by placing the index case, Liberian Patrick Sawyer on quarantine, in spite of undue pressure mounted on him by the Liberian government. The government sent Mr Patrick Sawyer to attend a conference on behalf of the country in calabar. But Dr Stella Adadevoh refused to allow him leave the hospital saying boldly "for the greater public good, I would not release him." Dr. Adadevoh diagnosed Patrick Sawyer as the index case on July,

  1 year ago ago
Ebola Virus: Six Years On: Great Tribute To Late Stella Ameyo Adadevoh

HEALTH

The Aristocratic Background Of Nigeria’s Ebola Heroine And Why She Should Be Immortalized

July 20, 2014, a Liberian-American diplomat, Oliver Patrick Sawyer, flew to Nigeria’s most populous city, Lagos, for an ECOWAS conference in Calabar. Having been declared “terribly ill”  before leaving his home country, Sawyer collapsed at Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Ikeja on arrival and was quickly driven to First Consultant Hospital, Lagos by an ECOWAS protocol officer attached to him. Oliver Sawyer Sawyer became Nigeria’s Ebola index case after a diagnosis. And with tension running

  1 year ago ago
The Aristocratic Background Of Nigeria’s Ebola Heroine And Why She Should Be Immortalized

HEALTH

Meet The Young Female Doctor That Prevented The Spread Coronavirus In Ogun

In 2014 when Patrick Sawyer, who was already infected with Ebola Virus Disease arrived Nigeria and felt unwell. He went to a private hospital for treatment for what he thought was ordinary fever. But thanks to the quick thinking of Dr Stella Adadevoh, Sawyer was restricted from leaving the hospital and invited the authorities. A similar situation occurred in Ogun state earlier this week. A young female doctor, Dr Amarachukwu Karen Allison who works at the Staff Clinic of Lafarge Nigeria, Ogun State responde

  2 years ago ago
Meet The Young Female Doctor That Prevented The Spread Coronavirus In Ogun

HEALTH

Nigerian Forgotten Hero: How Dr. Stella Adadevoh Gave Her Life To Save Nigeria From Ebola

Nigeria has lost some of her best, brilliant and professional citizens to a lot of disaster over the course of 6 years. Especially EVD in 2014. Worthy of mention is the late senior physician, Dr Stella Adadevoh who handled the treatment of the index case. Dr. Stella Adadevoh, It was on July 20th 2014, Patrick Sawyer, Nigeria’s very first Ebola patient, left his quarantine sector in Liberia and flew to Lagos, Nigeria to attend a meeting of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). He subsequently

  1 year ago ago
Nigerian Forgotten Hero: How Dr. Stella Adadevoh Gave Her Life To Save Nigeria From Ebola

SOCIETY NEWS

The Cable Names Stella Adadevoh Nigerian of the Decade - 11 Things to Know About the Medical Doctor

On January 1, The Cable named Stella Adadevoh as Nigerian of the decade. One may begin to wonder who Stella Adadevoh is and why she deserves the award. I’d just point it out first that Ebola was contained in Nigeria because of her efforts. She isn’t the only one who lost her life during the Ebola saga, but her efforts will forever be appreciated. Adadevoh correctly diagnosed Patrick Sawyer as the first case of Ebola in Nigeria. Regardless of the fact that Sawyer insisted he had malaria and wanted to be

  2 years ago ago
The Cable Names Stella Adadevoh Nigerian of the Decade - 11 Things to Know About the Medical Doctor

BUSINESS

International Women's Day 2020: 20 Nigerian Women who have made a difference

Written by Kayode Badmus   Today, March 8 is annually set aside as the International Women's Day in celebration of the feat achieved by the female gender in what is seemingly ascribed a man's world. This piece lists 20 amazing amazons who one way or the other have helped put Nigeria's name to international consciousness through their act.  1. Dora Akunyili  Late Professor Dora Akunyili was one Amazon who changed the Nigerian society for good. As the Director General of the National Agency for Food and Dr

  2 years ago ago
International Women's Day 2020: 20 Nigerian Women who have made a difference

HEALTH

Meet Stella Adadevoh, The Brave Woman who Died For Nigeria

Meet Stella Adadevoh, The Brave Woman who Saved Nigerians From Being Affected by a Deadly Disease   Hello my esteemed readers and guest, today i will be sharing some vital piece of information about the brave woman who saved Nigerians from being affected by a deadly disease.   So kindly sit back, relax and enjoy this wonderful article, and don't forget to follow me for more articles and political updates...       Stella Shade Adadevoh was a brave woman who was born on the 27th of October, in the y

  2 years ago ago
Meet Stella Adadevoh, The Brave Woman who Died For Nigeria

POLITICS

10 Brave Nigerians Who Died in The Service of Fatherland

If our country is worth dying for in times of war, let us resolve that it is truly worth living for in times of peace. More than one hundred years after the amalgamation of Nigeria, in a time when a Nigerian is reluctant to wear the uniform of an agency he heads, we remember Nigerians who did more than wearing uniforms; we remember Nigerians who gave their lives for Nigeria; Nigerians who came, saw and practically wore the flag to the grave. There are thousands of Nigerians who died in the course of serving

  2 years ago ago
10 Brave Nigerians Who Died in The Service of Fatherland

COVID

Post Humous Award: The heroism that should not be forgotten.

The heroism of late Dr. Stella Adadevoh is grossly underrated.  Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh was the Lead Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist at a private hospital in Lagos, Nigeria where she worked for 21 years. She had never seen Ebola before but was able to diagnose and contain Nigeria’s first-ever Ebola patient in July 2014. When threatened by Liberian officials who wanted the patient to be discharged to attend a conference, she resisted the pressure and said, “for the greater public good” she

  1 year ago ago
Post Humous Award: The heroism that should not be forgotten.

HEALTH

"We defeated Ebola, we can deafeat Coronavirus" Mixed reactions trail first confirmed case

Despite the unpreparedness of the Federal government and the ineptitude of the country's health architecture, Nigerians are expressing strong optimism of the country's capacity to curtail the killer bug Coronavirus was confirmed in Lagos State. The case, which was confirmed on the 27th of February 2020, is the first case to be reported in Nigeria since the beginning of the outbreak in China in January 2020. While there are some Nigerians expressed optimism and pray that God keep the country safe, others bu

  2 years ago ago

HEALTH

Post Humous Award: The heroism that should not be forgotten.

The heroism of late Dr. Stella Adadevoh is grossly underrated.  Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh was the Lead Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist at a private hospital in Lagos, Nigeria where she worked for 21 years. She had never seen Ebola before but was able to diagnose and contain Nigeria’s first-ever Ebola patient in July 2014. When threatened by Liberian officials who wanted the patient to be discharged to attend a conference, she resisted the pressure and said, “for the greater public good” she

  2 years ago ago
Post Humous Award: The heroism that should not be forgotten.