ECOWAS Chair and President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama, Thursday took his fight against the deadly Ebola virus to the halls of the United Nations.
“Ebola is not a Liberian problem; it is not a Sierra Leonean problem; it is even not a West African problem; it is a problem for the World,” he told World leaders at the 69th UN General Assembly in New York.
Mr. Mahama said the disease is wreaking havoc on the world’s economy and must be tackled zealously.
Speaking on the ban on flights to Ebola-stricken countries such as Liberia and Sierra Leone, President Mahama said, “We cannot afford to let fear keep us apart.”
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