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Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Comedy of the year : Liberia celebrates end of Ebola outbreak : Oh really : How can Liberia be free from Ebola when Ebola creators are still at work: Tell me!! How can Liberia be free from Ebola when Bio-war fare laboratories are still at work.



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I think this is going to be the greatest comedy of the year . Liberia is only free from Ebola for a short while because the Ebola creators are still at work and Bio-war fare laboratories in west Africa and else where in the world  are still at work . It is sad that Liberians are celebrating with criminals who are part and parcel of the scheme to manufacture man made viruses like Ebola , HIV and Marburg.  The same criminals will soon tell us that there is an Ebola outbreak in Liberia. In Uganda for example, these criminals have declared Uganda Ebola free only to announce a few months later that there is a new  outbreak of Ebola in Uganda. The only people celebrating are the criminals who have managed to successfully  use African Guinea pigs in their Ebola tests. 


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A woman holds a placard as she and others celebrate Liberia being an Ebola free nation in Monrovia, Liberia, Monday, May 11, 2015. Liberians are gathering in the streets of the capital to celebrate the end of the Ebola epidemic in this West African country. Monday's festivities come after the World Health Organization declared over the weekend that Liberia was finally Ebola-free. Photo: Abbas Dulleh, AP / AP
A woman holds a placard as she and others celebrate Liberia being an Ebola free nation in Monrovia, Liberia, Monday, May 11, 2015. Liberians are gathering in the streets of the capital to celebrate the end of the Ebola epidemic in this West African country. Monday's festivities come after the World Health Organization declared over the weekend that Liberia was finally Ebola-free. Photo: Abbas Dulleh, AP

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Liberia celebrates end of Ebola outbreak
Liberia celebrates end of Ebola outbreak
Liberian information minister Lewis Brown (L) wears a T-shirt reading "Liberia is free from Ebola" during an announcement ceremony hosted by the WHO of the end of the epidemic in Liberia on May 9, 2015 in Monrovia.
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MONROVIA - Thousands of Liberians gathered Monday to celebrate the end of Ebola after the country was officially given the all-clear from an epidemic that has killed more than 4,700 people.

The government declared a public holiday to allow pupils and workers take part in a festival in the capital Monrovia featuring traditional dance and contemporary music.

Students sang joyfully and waved placards with slogans including "bye bye Ebola", "we are the winner" and "we will always overcome".

The ceremony began on a sombre note however with testimonials from health workers and other staff in the country's Ebola treatment units (ETUs), as well as survivors and body disposal team members.

"When I contracted the Ebola virus I was carried to the ETU, where all those who were in the centre with me died. Only I survived," said Tee Love Lorseh.

"While I was there my father and my mother died from the disease."



Members of the Women In Peacebuilding Network ( WIPNET) dance, sing and pray on May 8, 2015 in Monrovia

The WHO said in a statement on Saturday that 42 days had passed since the last person confirmed with the virus in Liberia was buried.

That period is double the number of days the virus requires to incubate, and WHO hailed its eradication as an enormous development in the crisis.

The agency warned however that because Ebola outbreaks were continuing in neighbouring Guinea and Sierra Leone, the risk remained high that infected people could re-enter the country.

Dignitaries at Monday's ceremony included Togolese President Faure Gnassingbe, who congratulated the Liberian people for their "wonderful job".

"Ebola is an ally of silence and slow reaction. This should be a lesson for us in Africa. Quick reaction is needed in fighting a virus," he said.

Liberian lawmaker Saah Joseph, recognised as a key figure in the country's Ebola response and nicknamed "The Hero" in local media, recalled the dark days of the epidemic.

"One day we carried more than 300 bodies to Redemption Hospital. We had to remove some to the Island Clinic. When we got there, we had more bodies. It was difficult for me, frustrating, but we had to do the job," he said.

The WHO's "Ebola-free" declaration was officially handed by the agency's country representative Alex Gasasira to Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who thanked citizens for eradicating the virus.

"My special thanks go to the security apparatus. They were heroes," she said.

AFP



Liberia's President Ellen Sirleaf Johnson (R) shakes hand with Jerry Brown, medical director and surgeon in Monrovia, who was one of the men leading the fight to battle the deadly Ebola virus outbreak in the country, during a ceremony where members of the World Health Organization declared Liberia to be free of the Ebola virus, which has killed more than 4,700 people in the west African country.



A file photo taken on February 23, 2015 shows a man walking past an ebola campaign banner with the new slogan "Ebola Must GO" in Monrovia.


Members of the Women In Peacebuilding Network ( WIPNET) sit on May 8, 2015 in Monrovia. If there would be no new infections in the next 48 hours, the World Health Organization (WHO) would declare Liberia "Ebola-free" on May 9, 2015, 42 days -- or twice the incubation period of the virus -- after the last case.


Former US president Bill Clinton (R) speaks to the media next to Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (L) following their meeting at the presidential palace in Monrovia on May 4, 2015, as part of a tour of Clinton Foundation projects in Africa.