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Mother of Patrick Sawyer who imported ebola into Nigeria wants her son’s ashes – Twitter/Nigeria News desk

August 18, 2014

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Mother of Nigeria’s first Ebola victim Patrick Sawyer, Georgia Nah, is demanding the ashes of her cremated sonhttp://nnd.li/XoOe5I

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Nigerians are mad as hell against your darling son, Ms. Georgia Nah, and this is the only way you know to reach out to a country of close to 200 million now reduced to nervous wrecks over WHAT IFs.  No apologies, no words of comfort and definitely no words of sympathy?

You need the ashes to stage a funeral for a man who distributed his urine on health care givers out to help him but on his way to what Nigerians are sure  is the deepest ends of hell because he was aware his body fluids would get the health care givers sure death IF touching him would not?

Ms. Nah, you deserve no sympathy on the loss of your son even if you got tons when you lost your daughter.  Her soul may rest in peace but Patrick’s will remain in the nether-land of Hades for generations that will continue to mourn their lost loved ones in Nigeria, and for the untold hardship your son unleashed on Nigeria.

Over to you, President Jonathan, for a reply to the mother of the man you aptly described as bringing “madness” to Nigeria.

TOLA.

MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 2014. 2:08 p.m.

 

 

 

 

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4 Comments on “Mother of Patrick Sawyer who imported ebola into Nigeria wants her son’s ashes – Twitter/Nigeria News desk”

  1. Fatai Bakare Says:

    The woman is as callous without human feelings and sympathy like his dead son. Instead of her to bury herself with shame and never try to be known outside her country, she is asking for the ashes of her son. From whom and what an insult? If she were in Nigeria she and the rest of her family would have been stoned to death. She should go and meet her son wherever he is to collect his ashes.

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    • emotan77 Says:

      Dear Fatai,

      Thanks for this.

      I’m sure most Nigerians think along the way you do; at least EVERYBODY I know believe so not because the virus came into Nigeria through the evil man but the way it came through him. We can never forget that on being told he had ebola, he reportedly pulled out the IV from his body on his sick bed, jumped out, removed his pants and p— on the medical care-givers. He really wanted to wipe out Nigeria, if it could be.

      Regards,
      TOLA.

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  2. Falade A.G. Says:

    Hmnn…..
    Auntie!
    I can understand your feelings.
    Everything about Sawyer’s saga pains me deep to my bone marrow.
    But, I have learnt one thing in the last 25 years when I really understood
    the reason why, the Love of our Almighty Creator personified said : Forgive your neighbours their sins seven times seven in a day!
    WE’RE NOT GIFTED TO SURVEY THE EVENTS PANORAMICALLY.

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    • emotan77 Says:

      I know, Dear Prof. I think it’s even supposed to be sevenTY times seven TIMES (or so) in a single day. The mother’s demand is like rubbing salt in Nigeria’s wounds. Another very deeply religious person I know always repeats that “forgiveness is the most difficult of Christian injunctions” but the wounds are still too raw right now.

      Thanks v. much for reminding me and perhaps most of us about who we are supposed to be.

      Regards,
      TOLA.

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