Nigeria Declared Ebola Free – President’s Speech and Nigerians’ Reactions

Yesterday, Nigeria was declared Ebola free by the World Health Organization, (WHO). The declaration is an attestation to the Nigerian Can Do Spirit. It is also a clear demonstration of the many possibilities of our Nation. With us as a people, united under God, there is nothing we cannot achieve when we stand together behind an objective. Unity is the secret weapon Nigeria used against the Ebola Virus Disease and nothing shall be impossible for a united Nigeria. I congratulate and thank all Nigerians on this great feat. I want to also specially thank the governments and peoples of Lagos, Rivers and Enugu states, the first responders who treated the index cases. To all the thirty six state governors who united with the Federal Government to rid Nigeria of this scourge I also say a big thank you. Although we have been declared free of Ebola we must however, remain vigilant as the Ebola virus is still on rampage in neighboring Sister Countries. We cannot afford to let down our guard when there is still Ebola pain in our subregion. In this regard we will spare no resource in supporting our neighbors in the battle to contain this deadly scourge. May God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria. GEJ

Reactions by the Nigerian Citizens

“Mr President,u also need to be congratulated as the team leader in fighting the scourge but I believe if we can fight this deadly scourge and win then Mr President we can also fight Power outage,unemployment,kidnapping and other vices.U re trying your best and I think its high time we get the future of the country on the right pact.God bless Nigeria.”

“I congratulate Nigeria under your leadership. But one more thing Your Exellency, immortalise that heroine of First Consultants hospital, Lagos by turning that hospital into a National Disease Control Centre, to be named after her.”

“We return all the glory to you lord because u are the doer .thank u lord for prayer answered”

“We thank you Mr president for your efforts. We pray that this feat will also be experienced in other areas like terrorism, electricity, corruption, etc. You are trying sir though in a slow pace. I pray that God will strengthen you more to achieve your good goals. God bless Nigeria.God bless our president.”

“I KNOW WE CAN DO BETTER AS A COUNTRY WHEN UNITED. IF WE HAVE BEEN THIS UNITED AGAINST BOKO HARAM, IT WOULD HAVE BEEN A FORGOTEN ISSUE. THANK U MR PRESIDENT AND ALL NIGERIANS. UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL. LET US ALL ALSO STAND TOGETHER AND SAY NO TO OLD AGE PRESIDENCY. WE DONT WANT OLD GRAND FATHERS TO LEAD THIS NATION ANY MORE.”

“Corruption,Poverty,Unemployment and lack of basic infrastructures are worst than Ebola,we defeated Ebola,bcos naturally nigerians are afraid of death and prefer 2 live in poverty than die.Pls the same hollistic response given 2 Ebola should also b given 2 d numerous problems facing nigeria on a daily basis.Gej if u are ever gonn read this,forget all those trecherous and corrupt pple u’ve as ur cabinet members and do d needful”

“Let me use this medium to congratulate you our able president for being courageous and transforming our nation this far. May the Almighty God continue to endow you with wisdom and good vision to lead our country beyond 2015. Once again CONGRATULATIONS MR PRESIDENT”

“Sir we thank God,but alto still needs to be done to prevent recurence,takle corruption and eliminate povert,,im a nigerian but i have never benefited from being one,my last 3 generations have never benefited from Nigeria,whereas some corrupt billionaires children will be parading in exotic cars traveling all over the place as Nigeria is there own,it is theres anyway,what can the poor do?God bless Nigeria”

“Pls n pls endeavour 2 immortalize DR ADADEVOR who sacificed her life 4 our nation Nigeria”

“assuming ebola will not affect the rich, they would have been promising the poor that, we will do something till the poor people will all die…this Nigeria self…..Government are alike creating boundaries between the rich and the poor nd they call it development uhmmm…”

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