American multinational Internet-related services and products company Google celebrated Dr Stella Adadevoh on her 62nd birthday posthumously on Saturday.
Dr Adadevoh died on August 19, 2014 after it was confirmed she tested positive for the Ebola virus which she was in the fore-front in helping to curb the spread of the dangerous disease when it first broke out in the Nigerian industrial city of Lagos.
Google explained that it used its doodle to celebrate the life of the Nigerian physician for her heroic in the battle
“Today our #Googledoodle celebrates the life of Stella Adadevoh, the Nigerian doctor, who helped stop the spread of Ebola in the country during the 2014 outbreak,” Google stated.
— Google in Africa (@googleafrica) October 27, 2018
The late physician, in 2012, was the first to alert Nigeria about the swine flu
Adadevoh, born in 1956, worked for 21 years at the First Consultants Medical Centre in Lagos where the first case of Ebola virus was discovered in Nigeria following the diagnosis of a Liberian Patrick Sawyer.
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