Should the FG Give Dr. Stella Adadevoh A National Honour?

The Federal Government of Nigeria, will, today, bestow honour on many Nigerians and some foreigners, who the believe have contributed one thing or the other to Nigeria in its 54 years of existence.

But one name that is missing on the list which has drawn a lot of talking points by Nigerians, is that of Dr. Stella Ameyo Adadevoh, the late medical personnel that sacrificed her life so that the deadly Ebola Virus Disease would not spread to other parts of the Nigeria after the Liberian, Patrick Sawyer, imported the virus into the country.

Many believe that her selfless act should have been recognized by the government who, instead, are honouring people who have contributed in no small measure to the rot that has been bedeviling the country.

On Morning Teaser today, we ask: do you agree with those who argue that the late doctor should have been accorded a national honour by the government?


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