Ebola: The Ripple Effect

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  1. diamondarl says:

    Nice one dearie.

  2. iam_nas says:

    Amazing,when are we getting the other parts of the story??

  3. derick says:

    GOD help us all……..

  4. JD says:

    Nice one buh scary

  5. ebiesuwa abraham says:

    Good

  6. Fraulein Maria says:

    An epic read. *applause*
    Keep up the good work, dear.

  7. ebiesuwa abraham says:

    Where this life is getting to god help us oooo…………..amazing when are we getting the other parts of the story,,,,,……..

  8. Anonymous says:

    When is the concluding part of the story coming.
    Uhhhhhhhhhh what a scaring story to be heard and I wouldn’t believe the virus has not escaped into the multitude and the crowded city of lagos,bcos of the other two people that have used the toilet after the Liberian.

  9. ebiesuwa abraham says:

    GOD HELP US ALL
    hhttp://chydee.wordpress.com/2014/07/28/ebola-the-ripple-effect/#comments

    • falana.ronke@gmail.com says:

      I think there’s an error somewhere.
      You’ve forwarded this mail, 4 times. 🙂
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  10. fernando solomon says:

    It still marvels me hw an “ENGINEER” writes with such hightened language,something most grammarians couldn’t achieve, bro ur work potrays the beauty of the English language, more power to ur elbow. Thank you.

  11. onyx says:

    You are such a gifted soul…can’t wait

  12. Sir_Fin says:

    Hahahahahah. Guy you bad.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Nice one buddy.. Waiting for the second part.

  14. deleted says:

    Great job and good findings.. Waiting for the second part.

  15. Oladejo Kehinde says:

    This is ridiculous

  16. dupeoso says:

    Yeeeeeeee, this is scary oooo, may God help us.

  17. Tanko Dada says:

    It is more than a story…it is a sad reality that Ebola had reach our shores…the questions are numerous….who were on the flight with the victim on his flight to Nigeria, the crew and the passenger, those airport officials that had encounter with him on his arrival, what lead to medical treatment, and those medical officers that check and his eventual discovery that he had Ebola virus. How do get them and check that they do not inflicted by the virus and their families and friends…just read the White Virus novel….Nigeria..O Allah save us from this virus….it is not a story…this a real situational story of the virus and our culture of impunity in handling serious issues.

  18. kaychee says:

    incisive, as always,,,nice one, bruv!!!

  19. FARLARDEY says:

    Chai! That lady that performed the mouth to mouth resurscitation on him…………… ye!

  20. Ekemini says:

    Very nice, intriguing piece. I originally wanted to pretend that Ebola had been eliminated with the unfortunate demise of Mr. Sawyer but your narrative has re-ignited my interest.

    PS: Funny though, Kleenex and finger-licking good chicken aren’t common terms in Nigeria. We prefer to call them tissue and plain chicken, respectively.

  21. mayowa says:

    To be continued ke,pls giv us the full gist o

  22. Barbara says:

    Very nicely written.. but then all your stories are. A bit scary too tho. Makes me want to stay as far away frm Lagos as I can. 😀

  23. Esther Akejelu says:

    Lord help us

  24. Manus says:

    Good imagination…..held my breath thru out! Next part plsssss

  25. Tunde says:

    Well written!

  26. Adenike oluwaseun says:

    The Most High will protect us from all this deadly diseases

  27. imeyalo says:

    Pls finish up d story nd. Give us necessary wayz 2 prevent it.

  28. Anonymous says:

    Wonderful write up sir.. Pls post the next part ASAP..

  29. Agnes firstladie says:

    Wow…….outstanding.

  30. Anonymous says:

    Bro, james hardly chase wonbt have done better. This is classic.

  31. mary says:

    God have mercy on ur people

  32. heryourmide says:

    Dis is serious oooo,

  33. Obot Smyth says:

    Awesome piece, like the writer was seeing all these through some big lens from God. But sadly, I believe this is how it went, I hope we contain it lest it spreads.

  34. Janet says:

    You are awesome bro

  35. Anonymous says:

    Vivid description of what could be true… Well done

  36. Jesse says:

    an inspirational story…I do hope it doesn’t spread in my country cause it’ll be devastating-#very devastating, and to those already infected, well God be with you…whoever wrote this should go into writing if you’re not already into writing because you’re a gifted writer…sayonara

  37. chigozie says:

    good use of english…God help us all….People need to be careful

  38. Jesse says:

    God be with us if not we’re doomed, because this is not something to be taken lightly

  39. daisydaniel says:

    Scary. Sounds so real

  40. akere adeola says:

    Great write up, captivating. U will want to c it to d end.

  41. Tolu says:

    Hmmmn, scary indeed,I actually thot it was the real story, this piece is so good that I wish our govt sees and reads it. We leave in a nation where evrytin is taken wit a pinch of salt, EBOLA IS REAL. We nid to act and d time is now. Nice 1.

  42. Jio Kay says:

    Nice. Thanks for the info. But how do I subscribe to get more of your posts?

  43. fox says:

    U pple won’t respect ur selfs wiv dis rotten stories dat do nofin bt put fear into pple! Spread hw it is transmitted & preventive measures like washin ur hands & alertin d world dat its 2-21 days incubation & dat it can only spread wen d person is acutely ill! Instead u r makin up hopeless stories! R u stupid? Or is sumfin wrong wiv u?…… Vewi hopeless nigerian

  44. tonie_kody says:

    Point taken! Good write up brov

  45. Ekanem Asuquo says:

    Nice write up, the scenario is very possible…..God help us.

  46. Okorafor Chinwe says:

    Impressive fictional tale. I doff my hat to you, dear.

  47. Prince says:

    I thought I was watching 24. Nice!

  48. nero tag says:

    US STATE DEPARTMENT EBOLA ALERT
    In order to help our Embassy Community better understand some of the key points about the Ebola virus we have consulted with our medical specialists at the U S State Department and assembled this list of bullet points worded in plain language for easy comprehension. Our medical specialists remind everyone that they should be following the guideline from the center for Disease Control and the World Health Organisation.
    • The suspected reservoirs for Ebola are fruit bats.
    • Transmission to humans is thought to originate from infected bats or primates that have become infected by bats.
    • Undercooked infected bat and primate (bush) meat transmits the virus to humans.
    • Human to human transmission is only achieved by physical contact with a person who is acutely and gravely ill from the Ebola virus or their body fluids.
    • Transmission among humans is almost exclusively among caregiver family members or health care workers tending to the very ill.
    • The virus is easily killed by contact with soap, bleach, sunlight, or drying. A washing machine will kill the virus in clothing saturated with infected body fluids.
    • A person can incubate the virus without symptoms for 2-21 days, the average being 5-8 days before becoming ill. THEY ARE NOT CONTAGIOUS until they are acutely ill.
    • Only when ill does the viral load express itself first in the blood and then in other bodily fluids (to include vomit, feces, urine, breast milk, semen and sweat).
    • If you are walking around you are not infectious to others.
    • There are documented cases from Kikwit, DRC of an Ebola outbreak in a village that had the custom of children never touching an ill adult. Children living for days in small one room huts with parents who died from Ebola did not become infected.
    • You cannot contract Ebola by handling money, buying local bread or swimming in a pool.

  49. Samson says:

    May Almighty save us All.

  50. Anonymous says:

    Wow!!! Good writer!

  51. zandy says:

    Nice…precaution taken.we all need prayers

  52. alexsilva says:

    chydee u are a good writer and ur message past its information thank u

  53. Fiaefie says:

    Beautiful piece.i actually didnt intend to read it cos I felt it ws jst anoda means to mock the epidemic at hand. But I rili must say again. It is a beautiful piece. Glad I read it.i hope you are a writer in real life. It will be a shame if dats not the case. Even if its for pleasure. I’m enlightened thanks to you.

  54. Anonymous says:

    Wow! i dnt knw how u composed this buh it’s really gud, nice 1, Ebola virus is real, may God help us….

  55. Lixie says:

    Thanx Ace for d info n awareness. By d panic, wonderful story… What a way to create awareness!

  56. ayoeagles says:

    Wonderful pIece! I’ll reblog it on http://www.ayoeagles.wordpress.com so more people can read it. I do hope you won’t mind.

  57. ayoeagles says:

    Reblogged this on My Blog and commented:
    I’m reblogging this so more people can be aware of this virus and maybe our government will do more. God will take control!

  58. phillious says:

    Wonderfful story with well thought characters and follow up events. I feel it will be a best seller even as a nigerian movie, think about it and make it happen people belive more on what they see than read once again good story.

    • chydee says:

      Very true. Maybe, just maybe it’ll be on screens soon…maybe

    • El Maximilliano says:

      Nice write up dude.. I may not be able to tell who, where and to what extent the Ebola virus has spread but one thing is for sure Nollywood go shoot like 10 different films on top dis ur write up…*copyright am sharply*

  59. merenma Umeh says:

    Great one chydee,. Dont loose this for a moment. You are my inspiration

  60. Ademola says:

    No story can ever look real and sound fictitious than this,What a good way to create awareness and publicise a vital information about the world deadliest disease. Please let everyone that ever come across this story pass it around for people to know and be aware that Ebola is real and is almost getting to one if not very careful. May God saves Us all.

  61. mayowa says:

    Job weldone!!! D problem d nigeria govt have is dat ,they don’t take things seriosly,until it gets out of hand,look at d case of boko haram,dey folded der arms till it went out of hand…I jus hope,dey start takin preventive measures to contain dis virus…thanku

  62. wyse says:

    very nice composition! thnx Chydee…. Ebola virus is REAL! and i believe dt proper sensitivity is needed in d society against it. But my QUESTION to dis writer is…..How did u get d full details as regads all concerned here? how did u knw it from d starting point in d plane, to d waiting lounge, custom unit, to d hospital, till d time d senior doctor arrived? how do u come about all info as regads d different homes of all among d very few still affected nw…. etc. so many questions on my mind dat needs answers from dis writer.

  63. su'eddie says:

    This is really nice and on point. You’ve taken fiction beyond entertainment and made it a social tool for information and education.
    Thank you Chidi. Well done.

  64. Dr Kaybee says:

    Chidee….dont know what to say,i guess u aint supposed to be in ur current field…u will do more and impact greatness on d world if u actually take dis as ur calling. This is a beautiful way to create awareness of the ‘disaster’ waiting to happen in few weeks as d incubation period of d virus is within frame. The tots,imaginations and story line is enuff for anyone’s imagination and can be extrapolated to live events. Thank you for this piece as it tells the unimaginative the impending loom and therefore making everyone brazen up.

  65. obianuju says:

    Good write up dear,its an eye opener.it helps one get the true picture of how thisss virus is transmitted.One really has to be careful and merticulous about his or her hygiene

  66. tosinx says:

    Oh please! Understandable, but this is way over exaggerated! Ebola kills after about 25 days, infected persons don’t show signs of illness until about 5-8days, and they’re not infectious until they’re critically ill.

    You need to calm down with this your story oga Chidi. While your fiction writing is pretty commendable, it’s a cheap walk through for any imaginative mind.

    I strongly recommend you lull this down, get your facts straight and do a rewrite. And stop spreading fears unnecessarily. In a more civilized society you could be behind bars for this. And if this were true, you be long dead by now, my dear friend!

    • chydee says:

      According to WHO, the incubation period could be as low as 2 days and as high as 21 days, after which symptoms start showing. According to this FICTITIOUS story, Munachi, the first person Patrick infected started showing signs 2 days after infection. Close but not impossible. And, ONLY Patrick died from Ebola. The other two deaths were accidents. Thanks

      • Mike says:

        You can as well have an epistle on how Ebola can be infested. Trust I will be needing a copy. You are good!!!

  67. jay says:

    Excellent delivery! Using an actual Nigerian scenario with possible happenings to create awardness on Ebola. It didn’t just entertain, it went ahead to enlighten the reader effectively.A little exaggerated but dats d only way to get Nigerians to take it seriously though. Brilliant work chidi.

  68. Anonymous says:

    All I know is that you are a good writer and story teller but the only I can say is that the devil really is at work because the end is near so if you profess christ as a born again christian. Leave the life as in being holy. Stop immorality which we know is too rampant in this dispensation. Put some decorum into your life and see if God won’t fight this battle for . Live clean and zip up. God will surely protect his own .and thing you said about Anambra here is biased why will out of the 36 states use Anambra. Are you from there if yes I forgive, but if not I’ll give 24 koboko lashes.

    • El Maximilliano says:

      Why spiritualize an already “spiritual laden physical virus”..No one in the fiction had the virus via illicit sex or immorality except for the couple of which “dey inside” is allowed… Very soon Pastors will open up “Ebola aid offering” while yahoo boys have seen a new format for their spam mails…”Dear Sir, I’m the WHO coordinator of the Global Ebola Aid Camp”… One thing I’ve come to realise about our government and some very corrupt citizens is that every avenue (good or bad) is seen a money making source, just like Ebola, corruption is our major ripple effect which is in full swing.

  69. john_bazic says:

    Don’t know what to say bro.. But thanks for dis n d advice though.. Big up to you chydee.

  70. Rita says:

    Very well written piece, well done.
    I’m angry though that we are a country with inept leaders and mute followers; that we are not new to West Africa yet there was nothing put in place to check people coming from endangered countries; that we are a people who are reactive rather than proactive. I often ask if 170million people can all be foolish, but I reply myself with a resounding No each time! Pray, tell, why then do we wait until the consequences of our foolishness catches up with us? Is it that we cannot bar travel to and from affected countries? Is that even if we allow the travels to continue, we cannot quarantine all those coming from said locations until after 21 days when we are sure they do not have the deadly Ebola? Must we always wait with that irritating attitude that ‘it will pass over us’? Must we be people who fail to be concerned about things because it is not happening in our clan or immediate family? These guys are doing contact tracing now and I wonder at the tardiness to appropriately prepare for something that has been on for months in nearby Liberia. I weep for us, for our perpetual ineptitude, lack of foresight and everything else. Which way Nigeria, which way to go?

    • Mike says:

      Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm this only make me to thank Godthe more for his protection ever on Nigeria. it would have been the first countries as well but He has kept us from complete destruction.

  71. peace says:

    Thank u very much chidee. God bless u.

  72. kunle Afolayan says:

    @chidi nice writeup (keep it up). God will Protect us All…

  73. puffylee says:

    Good day all, please I have a question, no insults please, can it be contacted through eye contacts with d victims or talking to victims?

  74. Bibiana says:

    Really beautiful piece! I have been so paranoid since I heard of this Ebola thing. Bought sanitizers & wipes for members of my family, & I bluntly refuse anyone who offers to carry my baby when we are out even though I know they feel offended. Reading this has made me totally scared! Was getting ready to go to the salon when a friend sent me a link & urged me to read. Now I have cancelled my salon appointment & even my shopping. Chydee, what do I do o!!! I don’t want to loose any member of my family, neither do I want to die. Oh God, please help us!

  75. Idris Titus says:

    Nice write up Chydee. I initially hesitated in sharing cos I thought it was an overly exergerated piece. However, on a second thought, I figured, I would be helping more people think widely about protecting themselves and reporting any suspicious situation than sit down and mock the piece. I shared it on FB and the responses are amazing. Nice work and keep it up Chydee.

  76. keiskwerd says:

    Hi!
    Good job on an attempt at creating awareness however the article is fraught with problematic areas. Most worrisome is ur retaining the use of the index patient’s name! Why set yourself up deliberately for law suits? Writing at the end that it’s fiction doesn’t absolve u especially when u attribute actions that are not his without clearance. Bear in mind that this patient’s privacy was already invaded….patients have rights(we have a right as Nigerians to be informed of a virus within our midst but do we have a right to put a name and face to the patient?)Do u remember that his family is mourning and that this was not the way they imagined their family story would be adapted for a bestseller paperback?
    As regards the story itself. Kudos on u r imagination. You actually did a good job to bring things to reality.
    However because we know this story would go far and wide and may actually be the only reading some would do on Ebola, let’s state for the record that Ebola is contacted only through contact with body fluids of the infected via mucous membranes or breaks in skin. You cannot get infected from an asymptomatic individual. There is no ‘I woke up like this’ syndrome. The virus needs a minimum of 2-21days incubation before symptoms manifest.
    When you present early, you have greater chances of survival with supportive care.
    For more information please visit ebolaalert.org where you can read about, learn to prevent n chat live with your questions and actually volunteer to help #StopEbola.

    Abeg, talk true, what made u leave u r Job. We know it’s not Ebola

    • Dr Kaybee says:

      chairman keiskwerd…i appreciate that u commended d writer on his effort to create awareness. In as much that we know that d incubation period is btw 2-21 days and as well as d fact that the virus isnt transmissible until the individual is symptomatic…one question, in Nigeria of today,do u think the general public knows dat? the writer’s way of putting this down is d only way to startle Nigerians on the need to take precaution. Your view about the privacy of the deceased, i think u nid to start from d media (newspapers,NTA,Channels e.t.c) cos i believe the writer himself got a name and face from there… R u going to sue the media?

    • chydee says:

      Hello Kieskwerd,

      Something tells me you’ve read a lot of books. Fiction, non-fiction, fiction loosely based on non-fiction, etc. These are various writing methods. For example, The Da Vinci Code inferred that Jesus ‘knew’ Mary Magdalene and they had a child. It morphed real events with fiction and became a bestseller. I didn’t hear anything about Jesus’ family suing Dan Brown. Ok, Jesus was 2000+ years ago. Patrick Sawyer is current. Let’s get down to business.

      1) Did Patrick Sawyer bring the Ebola virus into Nigeria or not? He did. Fact. Did he know he had the Ebola virus before flying into Nigeria? YES. I think HIS WHOLE FAMILY SHOULD BE SUED because their son could be endangering the lives of millions of Nigerians. But of cos, the world doesn’t work that way. A dead man’s privacy is more important than an article that could eventually safeguard the lives of innocent people.

      By the way, the “this work is fiction” disclaimer in the Author’s notes absolves me of any litigation.

      2) Yes, the incubation period of the virus is 2 to 21 days, and it can be contracted from only symptomatic patients through body fluids infected by breaks in skin. This includes the oral orifice, if I’m not mistaken. I ensured this story took that into cognizance.

      3) Is there a cure or vaccine for Ebola yet? If this strain has a 64% mortality rate, you mean 64 people dying out of every 100 infected persons is hope-inspiring? Yes, a story about hope would be cool and all. But would it not be a lie if an epidemic occurs and someone you know is amongst the 64%?

      4) Nothing spurs carefulness more than fear. Besides there’s a portion of the Authors Note that mentions how Ebola can be contracted. Would you want to make sure you don’t have a break in your skin before you know not to go close to an infected person? Have you ever asked yourself why Ebola victims are quarantined and their attending doctors are always well covered up? I hear they wear face-masks too. What is it for? In my opinion, better to instill fear and a call to action than create an impression of hopefulness in the face of impending doom.

      5) I did not quit my job.

      Thank you.

      • keiskwerd says:

        Yay! Glad u replied as I was beginning to think u responded to only praises. A writer should welcome criticism and should not shy away from a ‘debates’😙👏.
        To the meat of the matter.
        I try to read. I love to read but I’m not a connoisseur in these things. But asides cases like Osama who have been deemed ‘persona non grata’, I’m not sure I know of any fiction loosely based on non fiction in which real live events were cited and the name not changed without prior permission from family. I stand corrected. Again, I’m not an authority. Should I bother responding to the reference to Da Vinci n Jesus😬 Seriously?
        Now can u categorically state that Sawyer knowingly took the virus into 9ja? He knew his sis was afflicted before she died. But had he been diagnosed? We can’t state. Remember that the initial symptoms are vague. Add the initial denial factor. Add fear of stigmatization, add his work commitments and I wouldn’t blame him. Blame and Sue instead the system that allowed him nurse his sis. The system that recognised his sis died of Ebola and did not keep him for close monitoring till he was given an all clear, The system that left borders porous assuming business as usual. He is a victim. A week, 2weeks before he had never heard of Ebola. Let’s not make him the villain.
        ‘ A dead man’s privacy is more important than an article that could eventually safeguard the lives of innocent people.’……u don’t get me. Granted this is a public health problem, the individual patient has rights. The hospital owed it to him to ensure his name was not released. (Information control is such a challenge I know, what with working with untrained staff who don’t know the gravity of some issues). Like he is the official face of Ebola. Asides the nun from Congo, the afflicted doctors involved, I’m not sure there is any other victim’s picture more circulated. Luckily we have more pressing issues like curbing the spread so no1 is bothered about that and it’s significance pales at this moment. Doesn’t make it right.
        Ofcourse it includes the buccal mucosa. I’m just worried that this lady who knows how to give mouth to mouth is patronising a chemist. Also that a Nigerian is giving mouth to mouth at all, even with barrier to a stranger?:mrgreen: Bring the ambubag pls. Slim chance dear. The only time I heard that happened was when a postgraduate doctor’s exam hung in the balance. Oh, and on mannequins.
        The importance of hope cannot be overemphasised. Do u know there’s a community in Sierra Leone that prevented doctors from entering despite harbouring victims cos they believed if they took them the patients would die like all the others that have died? Don’t mess with hope.
        Nothing spurs carefulness more than fear…..no ma. I don’t agree with u.
        Your work held so much. It’s a tool for government IMO. Government needs to read this. I’d rather that people had hope but government was kept on its toes. Govt needs to know how easily it could spread. How much could have been taken forgranted. So well done. Don’t get the impression r on opposite sides.
        😄 Just checked again n saw u didn’t quit. 👍

  77. Anna Ben says:

    Its really scary

  78. adekunbi says:

    So scary

  79. remmy says:

    Very intriguing piece….Gifted from above well done chydee

  80. Anonymous says:

    beautiful piece. very nice. i write too but mostly poetry. if you need a poet for this site… Ild love to show you what I can do, and if you Dont like it… its okay.

  81. Abegunde Mojisola says:

    exhilarating, carrying, beautiful, short but packed piece. this writer is good.

    I write also but mostly poems… so if you need a poet for this site, I think I’ll be happy to show you what I can do… thanks

  82. Anonymous says:

    nice piece… very attention taking.

    if you need a poet for this site… I write poetry and I think I might be what you need.
    please contact me.

  83. Rosekate says:

    Chidi you have done a good job. God bless you.

  84. Famous says:

    Wow! Really “EDUMATING” (ie. Educating, Informative, and Entertaining). Many thanks to the brilliant author for the timely piece work of art. Kudos to the contributors for the further education – no one tree makes a forest irrespective of its size, make, age, etc. Together, we shall succeed in nipping the virus in the bud. Let the message/awareness spread like wild fire.
    KUDOS to ALL!!!

  85. Nnadozie jennifer says:

    Wow! I got scared dere 4 a moment nd touched aswell. D whole scenario mite b real like u said. Awsome write up nd piece, it was rili educatin nd has awoken d awareness in me. Thank you

  86. Muritala Arisekola says:

    For a moment there,I was thinking it was the real scenario..u really got me. Anyways,my opinion is yes we should all take to measures in order to avoid contacting this epidemic as much as possible but we should not start living in fear dt could harm us in another way. I mean it ddnt kill evrybody in liberia and seirra leone,so naija’s case won’t b any different. Thanks!

  87. philip, says:

    So scary.

  88. Reblogged this on remarkablescribe's Blog and commented:
    This is fiction but not too unlikely in the light of the present circumstances in the nation. Read and do beware.

  89. This is a Beautiful write-up. God bless that imagination of yours, Chidi.

  90. moji says:

    Meeeeehn,u r a very talented writer.You got me at first,and I was so scared that was exactly the way it happened,until I got to a place where I discover it was mere fiction.I commend ur way of sensitizin Nigerians about this deadly virus.May almighty God shield us from this plag u

  91. ` says:

    the analysis looks too, too real, i hope it doesn’t come true. if it happens this way, then this country is doomed. God help us

  92. Michael says:

    Thanks for this…God bless you.

  93. samuel says:

    Lolz,u1kill pesyn!fear wan kill me self. B4 ebola.God wil save us o&i pray it wouldn’t neva apen in Nigeria!der ar already2case of ebola patient in general hospital

  94. ayo says:

    Am sorry for Africa! Am so sorry for Africa for it cannot take care of itself. We are advised to wash with sanitizers and soap and no government nor person of great affluence and influence is investing in research of this dreadful disease for a cure. We are just farting around waiting for an answer from Europe and America. Two American aid workers that were infected while working in Liberia got a secret serum flown to them under strict precaution and which reversed the symptoms just after about two hours of administering the medication and both workers have since been flown back home in an air ambulance.

  95. Anonymous says:

    Hmmmmmmmm! I got scared initially not until I got to the point where I realised it was just a mere fiction. God help us

  96. MRS EDIDIONG UBONG INYANG, EMERALD says:

    I CAN’T HELP BUT COMMEND THIS INTRIGUING PIECE. U DESERVE A NOMINATION FOR SOME KIND OF AN “AWARD”. THUMBS UP! TNX TOO FOR THE WHOLE LOT OF LESSONS OF AWARENESS,PRECAUTION,PREVENTIONet al TO BE LEARNT. WELDONE!

  97. Anonymous says:

    great write up. God bless u for this.

  98. Natasha says:

    This is superb and awesome…You are really a wonderful and gifted writer with the rare talent of imagination…. thumbs up….

  99. Cynthia says:

    O God have mercy

  100. Melvis says:

    Great write up dear,it is an eye opener .thank you so much.

  101. olabisi says:

    Great write up,kudos to u.God save us from ds deadly disease called Ebola virus

  102. zika says:

    Great write up…..and we’ll constructed. really captivating..

  103. zika says:

    I meant “well constructed”

  104. Sola Ayeni says:

    Good write-up, your story is very possible and my advice for people is to take preventive measure possible. In addition if you don’t have something serious to do at Lagos DO NOT GO.

  105. Anonymous says:

    Very educating

  106. Anonymous says:

    Very educating…welldone! Theodora I- Oyebade

  107. LEEK says:

    What a great job done my brother, but one thing is sure, God’s undeserved kindness is Nigerians only hope. Thanks

  108. Dapo says:

    This is a nice write-up, scenarios here are great possibilities. We need wide public enlightenment and we must put sentiments apart. May good Lord keep us.

  109. benez says:

    Tnx 4 d info,but i pray this imaginations of yours doesn’t come to pass o!!!amen

  110. Anonymous says:

    Wow!

  111. Anonymous says:

    My imagination is running wild.
    I look up to the son of God to come and heal victims of this disease with healing in his wings.I pray for Nigeria, this is underground war, a killer without a gun.

  112. Fidel Ekeanyanwu says:

    This is indeed a master piece write-up. But our joy is that Christ had paid the price for us with His blood.

  113. Obinna Chima says:

    Fecund imagination!

  114. Anonymous says:

    This is a nice piece and it is possibly true, a creative and immaginative mind. Am happy u are able to pass this as form of awareness to all Nigerians in diaspora! While reading it I was was scared and shocked at rate at which it spreads, also at the figuartive use of words……… The word suspence was on track…… A very great one…….. Keep it up!!!!!!!!!!! Cheers………. Thanks for the whole lessons learnt….. Chineye

  115. fortune says:

    It’s a fictional story but one that should not be undermine. Its true that Jesus has paid the debt on the cross but it is important that we are equipped and know the fundamentals. Please let’s be careful and be cautious of our every action.

  116. barry says:

    BREAKING NEWS: it has been confirmed that 3 people in Edo state contacted ebola by eating chicken yesterday,

    A careful study of the chiken fragments by specialist is the lab showed that the virus can reside in birds without affecting there system
    However these animals are pointed out to pick up the virus from there feeds which comes from either trash areas or bushes.
    A warning was passed through by the health care personels in Edo states that
    People should please boil there chikens and other edible flesh properly before consumption and also to apply lime or salt on the chiken before cooking.
    This is a serious warning please do not eat chiken from unknown sources and avoid imported chikens. Please share this to love ones, and let’s fight ebola

  117. Gerald chinasa says:

    First,a wonderful writting skill then a highly informative write-up, keep it up bro and thanks for the info, may God save us from this scourge

  118. mumumugu says:

    Wonderful writer

  119. Aliyu Allah-kayi says:

    Is my pleasure

  120. Anonymous says:

    Infomation s power…. Tanks fo d infomation

  121. Kefox Nwoko says:

    I need to talk to you asap. reach me by mail

  122. Anonymous says:

    Hello, Chydee, my name is Osita Okoli, I’m a movie Producer. I need to talk to you concerning this piece. My email is osiokoli@yahoo.com. Pls contact me asap.

  123. Anonymous says:

    Awesome! Remain blessed

  124. Anonymous says:

    Dis was so educatin. Welldone Chydee

  125. elsieisy says:

    Nothing to say just had to type something to subscribe. You guys said it all. Great piecre

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