Nigerian Writer Takes Jab at America Regarding Measles Outbreak by Saying ‘I Hope We Are Screening Americans Before They Come to Africa’

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Nigerian Writer Takes Jab at America Regarding Measles Outbreak by Saying ‘I Hope We Are Screening Americans Before They Come to Africa’

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Parkes, Barbara Mhangami and Elnathan John. Photo/Fungai Marichori

A Nigerian writer has used the current measles outbreak in the U.S. to poke fun at American’s overreaction to the Ebola virus during which some politicians called for a travel ban on impacted west African countries.

Elnathan John, a writer and lawyer living in Nigeria’s capital Abuja, jokingly called for screenings to prevent the highly contagious measles virus from spreading abroad.

‘Our thoughts are also with the measles-ravaged country America. I hope we are screening them before they come to Africa,’ he tweeted on Sunday.

Concerns about people from African countries bringing Ebola into the U.S. reached fever pitch last October after Liberian Thomas Eric Duncan died in a Texas hospital. READ MORE

Nigerian Writer Takes Jab at America Regarding Measles Outbreak by Saying ‘I Hope We Are Screening Americans Before They Come to Africa’ Reviewed by on February 3, 2015 .

Parkes, Barbara Mhangami and Elnathan John. Photo/Fungai Marichori A Nigerian writer has used the current measles outbreak in the U.S. to poke fun at American’s overreaction to the Ebola virus during which some politicians called for a travel ban on impacted west African countries. Elnathan John, a writer and lawyer living in Nigeria’s capital Abuja, jokingly called

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