The remains of late Dr. Stella Ameyo Adadevoh, the phenomenal doctor who died on August 19th after being infected with the Ebola virus by Liberian Sawyer, will be buried on Friday September 12 at a private family funeral.
A memorial service will hold at the Holy Cross Cathedral opposite the City Hall in Lagos by 10am before her ash, which has been obtained by her family, will be committed to mother earth.
Her family had obtained her ashes after her corpse was decontaminated and cremated by the Lagos State Government. Continue…
A Night of Tributes has been slated for Thursday by 6pm at Harbour Point Hotel, Lagos.
A family member who spoke anonymously with The Nation said they decided to bury the late doctor so that her only child, Bankole Cardoso and other family members will be able to point at a grave site where they know their loved one is resting peacefully.
“It was basically a cultural thing that informed us to decide to obtain her ashes for the burial. Committing the ashes to Mother Earth will strictly be a family affair; hence we have put up the Memorial Service and a Night of Tributes,” the family member said.
May her soul continue to rest in peace, Amen