American tech giant Google has drawn the minds of Nigerians, in what could is seen as an emotional 62 posthumous birthday of Dr Stella Ameyo Adadevoh, given her sacrifice of 2014, Ebola outbreak in Lagos Nigeria, with a Google Doodle image today.
Dr Adadevoh, however, is one of those who took a firm decision to prevent a more-full spread of the Ebola virus in Nigeria by placing a patient, Patrick Sawyer, a Liberian Diplomat who came into Lagos from Liberia, en route to Calabar.
On 4th, August 2014, it was confirmed that Dr Stella had tested positive of the Ebola virus, Dr Stella, however, passed away on 19th August 2014. The significant role Dr Stella and her team played during the Ebola out of 2014, can not be overlooked in the history of Nigeria.
Google, however, rolled out a unique, temporary logo on Google’s home pages in memory of her, achievements, and all the people who sacrificed their lives to save the lives of Nigerians.
Google and Nigerian, African most populous Nation is, however, grateful to Dr Stella Ameyo and all those who sacrificed their lives during 2014 Ebola disaster in Nigeria