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Friday, August 15, 2014

Ebola Virus Risk In Osun State - To Whom It May Concern.

CC:OFFICE OF PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN.
CC:OSUN STATE GOVERNOR RAUF AREGBESOLA.
CC:MINISTRY OF HEALTH OSUN STATE.


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

There is an annual festival celebrated in Osun state,south western Nigeria, called the Osun Osogbo festival. This festival is celebrated along the Osun river,where by thousands of people come from different states all over the country,especially from Lagos state. Traditionally it is believed it cures ailments,hence you see people using gallons to fetch the river water,bathing there and others offering sacrifices to the gods.


    This is however not a good time,with the current outbreak of Ebola virus,not only will a large crowd mingle,the fetching of the water is equally dangerous most especially now.

   If there are talks to extend schools resuming in the country,i think this situation is equally urgent. The festival should be delayed until the Ebola virus is contained in Nigeria,otherwise,we might have a serious case of possibly Ebola outbreak!

   This year's festival is scheduled to hold next week Friday,August 22nd 2014.


*PLEASE PASS THIS MESSAGE ON UNTIL IT REACHES THE POWERS THAT BE AND THIS FESTIVAL IS POSTPONED....WE DO NOT WANT A NATIONAL CRISIS RIGHT NOW!

65 comments:

  1. EBOLA EBOLA PACK YOUR LOAD AND LEAVE NIGER OH ,THE MENTION OF YOUR NAME GIVES ME HIGH FEVER .

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    1. No mention high fever o. Dem go quarantine you.

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    2. Lol @ anony 4:30

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    3. Hahahahaha.. Its not her portion o.. May this thing not claim any life again... am so sick of the word "Ebola" ...

      *am out*

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    4. Lol...
      Quick questn, do people still use public swimming pools?
      saw some kids swimming in Eko hotel swimming pool I was shocked...
      No matter how the water is treated, I ain't nearing it mehn...
      The fear of Ebola is the beginning of wisdom..

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    5. Annonymous 4:30pm, hahahahahaha...true talk joo

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    6. Anon 4:30.....hahahaha....but na true u talk jare.

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    7. @ bunny since u r ignorant of this information let me enlighten u a bit. D swimming pool has chlorine and germ killing agents so the last place Ebola virus can survive is in a treated pool. I would rather have my kids play in a pool than play in a park. For further knowledge visit www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/index.html.

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    1. Stella its Friday and i cant go to club!!!Guess ill stay at home and take my baileys till i see the bottom.Happy week end SDKers...TGIF#can we just rest with this Ebola talk?

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  3. God. I can't imagine how d virus can spread in this kind of environment. They shld postpone it please.

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  4. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Them wey wan do the festival no sabi wassup or wetin..... i pray no festival takes place and anyone that tries to raise any alarm regarding the festival should be gunned down......
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  5. POSTPONE POSTPONE. Medical sans frontier chief said it could take at least six month for Ebola virus to be under control in Africa. We don finish be dat ooo.This virus is really spreading fast. I think mass gathering should be avoided for now bikonu.

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  6. osun festival at this time?????

    Heaven help those who help themselves.

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    1. How did u do it? Plss help a sister

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    2. Yaaayyyy.......where are we celebrating it oo??? "congrat"...lol

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    3. How did you get a google ID?

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  8. Well said stella

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  9. Hian! So Nigerians won't stop this dt backward mentality. A bath that's traditionally believed to cure ailments and offering sacrifices to the gods in d river kwa? Issokay


    *lips sealed and watching*

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  10. Hian! So nigerians won't stop this their backward mentality? A bath that is traditionally believed to cure ailments and offering sacrifices 2 gods in d river kwa?
    Issokay

    *lips sealed and watching*

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  11. make TB Joshua send anoiting water 2 all ebola patient,na now we need d healing power of d anoiting water,if truly dat it is reali working.

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  12. ANGELRAY SAYS
    WHAT KIND OF DEVILISH FESTIVAL IS THIS IN THIS JET AGE, THE YORUBA'S WANT TO SPREAD EBOLA WITH THIS FETISH FESTIVAL,THE YORUBA'S ARE SO BACKWARD, TUFIAKWA .

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    1. Gbe enu rirun e sohun. Nibo lo ti wa, ti o ni okun lorun? Omo kpau bi ibon. Aja la je enu e. Shiooor! Tueeee!

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  13. ANGELRAY SAYS
    WHAT KIND OF DEVILISH FESTIVAL IS THIS IN THIS JET AGE, THE YORUBA'S WANT TO SPREAD EBOLA WITH THIS FETISH FESTIVAL,THE YORUBA'S ARE SO BACKWARD, TUFIAKWA .

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    1. You are very stupid. just hear ur baseless ttibalistic comment. as if d igbos do not have their amadioha dat some of them still worship.....mumu.

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  14. ANGELRAY SAYS
    WHAT KIND OF DEVILISH FESTIVAL IS THIS IN THIS JET AGE, THE YORUBA'S WANT TO SPREAD EBOLA WITH THIS FETISH FESTIVAL,THE YORUBA'S ARE SO BACKWARD, TUFIAKWA .

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  15. ANGELRAY SAYS
    WHAT KIND OF DEVILISH FESTIVAL IS THIS IN THIS JET AGE, THE YORUBA'S WANT TO SPREAD EBOLA WITH THIS FETISH FESTIVAL,THE YORUBA'S ARE SO BACKWARD, TUFIAKWA .

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  16. ANGELRAY SAYS
    WHAT KIND OF DEVILISH FESTIVAL IS THIS IN THIS JET AGE, THE YORUBA'S WANT TO SPREAD EBOLA WITH THIS FETISH FESTIVAL,THE YORUBA'S ARE SO BACKWARD, TUFIAKWA .

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  17. ANGELRAY SAYS
    WHAT KIND OF DEVILISH FESTIVAL IS THIS IN THIS JET AGE, THE YORUBA'S WANT TO SPREAD EBOLA WITH THIS FETISH FESTIVAL,THE YORUBA'S ARE SO BACKWARD, TUFIAKWA .

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    1. Did I hear u say Yorubas are backward,take it or leave it,their states are more exposed than wherever u crawled from

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    2. Let her keep shouting like person wey rub pepper for body.....tribalistic mofo.

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  18. Nigerian government should actually start taking extreme measures to bring this Ebola thing to a halt. Ebola doesn't care if u are rich or poor. Your house-help can give u Ebola, Your driver, security man etc...these people can get it from their family members who mingle with everyday people on the streets.
    Everybody pray like you never did and be careful.

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  19. He who has ears let him hear!!!


    #peace ambassador

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  20. Excellent thought. I support that the festival be postponed as well.

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  21. stella,ur wallpaper is now pepper ose oku, hope she paid for advert.....lol

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  22. They should do something about it oo.

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  23. I understand d fear,bt let's b fare,if u want d festival postponed,why was d religious camp nt postponed?tb joshua n rccg.winnie

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  24. None of my kids will bear Patrick or sawyer, not in this life or Anoda. No matter d pressure I get from my white gf

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  25. Pls ooo they should postpone the festival o

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  26. Please this festival should be suspended indefinitely.
    let us manage the situation at hand n not add much to it.

    Ngozi Racheal

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  27. Please this festival should be suspended indefinitely.
    let us manage the situation at hand n not add more to it.

    Ngozi Racheal

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  28. Ogbeni should talk to the organizers to postpone it because some people might come there with the believe they will get heal. We won't want any one to escape from the camp where they are been treated for water cure in Osun.

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  29. That's indeed true. Thanks Stella for bringing this tof our notice. A national outbreak is really in the offing if care is not taken.

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  30. Yeye Osun will never let that happen. But its good to still educate the people. #ProudOsunIndegene

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  31. African mentality, where has all this fetish things gotten Africans? Dose Osun State need all this announcement ? Don't they have a governor? Don't they read papers? soon they will blame GEJ. Senseless people.

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  32. The state should postpone it. Infact the Gov should make an announcement. They are scared their juju will attack them if they cancel it. Dem wan say na GEJ cancel am. Ndi aghugho

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  33. Dis Ebola ish has made my hand d fares part of my body due to constant washing..

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  34. Odikwa risky!

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  35. Elegushi beach for lagos..buguma river in r/ S too

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