Thursday, August 14, 2014

Nigeria Receives Nanosilver Experimental Treatment For Ebola Patients In Quarantine

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Nigeria has received Nanosilver, an experimental treatment protocol recommended by an unnamed Nigerian scientist in the diaspora to treat the Ebola virus, the Minister of Health, Onyebuchi Chukwu, has said.
“The only experimental drug we have now is Nanosilver, provided by a Nigerian scientist; details of the drug will be disclosed later to the media.

“However, we have 11 confirmed cases of Ebola in Nigeria, out of these, three are dead, Patrick Sawyer, a Nigeria nurse and ECOWAS protocol officer. Apart from Lagos, there is no Ebola case in any states of the federation."

Chukwu said the suspected cases that were reported in Abia, Anambra, and Abuja were investigated and proved negative.

“Nobody in Enugu has Ebola disease, all cases are still confined within Lagos."

He added that Cross River was also free of the disease, adding that the nurse who was under surveillance in Lagos that travelled to Enugu was back to Lagos with members of her family for close monitoring.


  1. As the medical doctor who wrote that Ebola was inactivated by Nano Silver to the President of Nigeria and the Minister of Health as well as the Presidents and Ministers of Heath of the other afflicted nations, I would be delighted to be contacted by you so that you can publish the full picture about how Nano Silver can be used for health promotion in Ebola and beyond it.
    If people will go to they can download my Protocol for both prevention and use in an exposure situation.
    My email is
    You may want to look at the information at and read the blogs on the topic of Nano Silver and Ebola and more at
    My podcasts on the topic are here:
    Our Press release, dated August 3, 2014, can be found here:
    Yours in health and freedom,
    Dr. Rima
    Rima E. Laibow, MD
    Medical Director
    Natural Solutions Foundation

    1. Thanks for reaching out, Dr. Rima, I have sent you an email. God bless for working with the Nigerian Government.


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