Monday, 25 August 2014

'She Vomited On Me And Lost Her 2-Month Pregnancy' - Late Nurse Justina’s Fiance Talks About Surviving Ebola


The fiancé of late Justina Obi Ejelonu, the 29-year old nurse who was part of the team that treated Patrick Sawyer but gave up the ghost recently has finaly spoken zabout how he contracted the virus from her.

He shared a powerful story of how he refused to abandon his fiancé despite her being diagnosed with Ebola.
He revealed that Justina lost a two-month pregnancy, vomited severally on him when she collapsed and had to be carried to hospital by him.

Dennis said when Justina contracted the disease, she was with him and he was solely responsible for her. When she fell ill, I took her to the hospital. She vomited severally on me on our way and also collapsed. I had to carry her when she collapsed till we got there.

She was two months pregnant, he said. When she tested positive she was ‘abandoned’ at the hospital and left to her fate, but I occasionally went in to take care of her, he narrated.

 Justina Ejelonu, was a part of Dr. Adadevoh’s team. She passed away a few days before the doctor.
After, Justina was admitted he hung around the hospital , occasionally going into the Ebola ward to cater for her as nurses and doctors abandoned the nurse to her fate at the treatment centre.

Fourteen days after Justina died, Dennis had high temperature, instead of panicking he turned himself in to the treatment centre for observation.

An initial test led the centre to quarantine him, and a second test came positive leading the centre to admit him to treatment but he was discharged hours ago, after his third test came out negative.
He walked off the centre in good health according top doctors who spoke anonymously with Saharareporters.

Justina Ejelonu, was a part of Dr. Adadevoh's team. She passed away a few days before the doctor.
Late Justina Ejelonu

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