Sunday, August 24, 2014

Read How Late Nurse Justina's Fiance Survived Ebola Despite Being In Contact With Her


Denis the fiancé of a late nurse who died of Ebola has been discharged from the Ebola treatment center in Lagos after his third test came out negative. He refused to abandon his fiancé despite her being diagnosed with Ebola.
Denis, who was late Justina Obi Ejelonu’s fiancé had been quarantined and later admitted into treatment after two tests confirmed that he was positive. However, yesterday evening Dennis was discharged from the treatment center with a certificate of clearance.


He walked off the center in good health according top doctors who spoke anonymously with Saharareporters.

 A second spouse of a deceased doctor who had primary contact with Liberian -American Thomas Sawyer who was admitted yesterday with Dennis remains hospitalized at the center, currently undergoing treatment. Dennis story is a powerful one, he refused to abandon his fiancé despite her being diagnosed with Ebola.

 He told Saharareporters that Justina lost a two-month pregnancy, vomited severally on him while she collapsed and had to be carried to hospital by him.

After, Justina was admitted he hung around the hospital , occasionally going into the Ebola ward cater for her as nurses and doctors abandoned the nurse to her fate at the treatment center.

Fourteen days after Justina died, Dennis had high temperature, instead of panicking he turned himself in to the treatment center for observation.
An initial test led the center to quarantine him, and a second test came positive leading the center to admit him to treatment but this evening he was fully discharged after a third test carried out by international affiliates of the center came out negative.

2 comments :

Ifeoma Nevobasi said...

Awh! This is so touching. It brought tears to my eyes. Denis, by His Stripes you are permanently healed IJN. May Heroine Justina's soul RIP And may you find true love again.

Eddy Duke said...

Thank God he is now well. So sad that he lost his woman. May his soul rest in peace