Tambura, 21st August 2018. The minister of Information, Culture, Youth and Sports in Tambura state says suspected Ebola cases have been discovered near the border of Central Africa Republic with Tambura State.
Hon. Anikumbo Mathew Emme warns the public to stop shaking hands as means of greetings because Ebola is likely to spread through greeting and other body contacts.
Ebola is a dangerous disease and its symptoms include bleeding which can lead to rampart death if not controlled.
Emme calls the public to take precaution by reducing unnecessary travel to the neighboring Countries, pointing that the state ministry of health has been tasked with the mission of monitoring of Ebola in the state.
In some development Emme stressed that, the Council of ministers also approved the promotion of three senior staff from the Department of Public services and Human resource.
The minister was speaking to the press on Friday after the council of Ministers in Tambura state secretariats.