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Senate Urges Quick Measures to Prevent Ebola Outbreak in Nigeria

[Premium Times] The Senate on Tuesday adopted various resolutions to prevent an outbreak of ebola virus in Nigeria....

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Published By: AllAfrica Nigeria - Wednesday, 16 May

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