Via Malijet.com: To have agreed to host the suspected Ebola: people Lassa torched the home of the mayor and his vehicle. This is the mayor of Commune IV, a section of the capital, Bamako. The Google translation:
After the discovery of three suspected cases of Ebola, the health authorities of the country concerned had isolated in tents on a hill Lassa neighborhood. A district of the City IV. Except that the people of the district have not heard it that way and they have even found that the delegate mayor of the district is complicit.
Furious, they eventually heard by the strongest manner. A large march was organized in the night from Friday to Saturday resulted in the burning of the home of the mayor delegate Baba Coulibaly and his vehicle.
This is not all, because the people had come to issue an ultimatum to the authorities that patients are simply removed from their neighborhood.
The message was heard loud and clear by the authorities because even before the end of the ultimatum, the patients were evacuated to another site. Populations Lassa do not agree that their neighborhood serve as a receptacle for the victims of contagious disease and they did understand their delegate mayor.
And the neighbourhood, Lassa, has the same name as Lassa, Nigeria, where the first case of another hemorrhagic fever was identified.