93 days movies
93 Days is a 2016 Nigerian drama thriller film directed and co-produced by Steve Gukas. The film recounts the 2014 Ebola outbreak in Nigeria and its successful containment by health workers from a Lagos hospital. It stars Bimbo Akintola as Doctor Ameyo Adadevoh, Danny Glover as Dr. Benjamin Ohiaeri and Bimbo Manuel as Wasiu Gbadamosi. In addition, with joint production through Native FilmWorks, Michel Angelo Production, and Bolanle Austen-Peters Production.
On 20 July 2014, Patrick Sawyer, a Liberian-American diplomat, arrives in Lagos, Nigeria. He is immediately taken to First Consultants Medical Center after suffering from worsening symptoms. One of his accompanying physicians, Dr. Ameyo Adadevoh, is concerned that he may have Ebola, even though Sawyer denies the suggestion. Nevertheless, she decides to quarantine Sawyer and asks her staff to exercise caution when tending to him.
The next afternoon, the test results are returned, and Sawyer is confirmed to have Ebola. Word travels quickly that there is a potential first case of an Ebola patient in Lagos. And as soon as news organizations around the world start broadcasting the news. Nigeria immediately begins preparations for an Ebola epidemic.
Dr. Adadevoh meets with Dr. Wasiu, who is in charge of the Yaba infectious facility. And fellow Dr. David Brett-Major from the World Health Organization. She finds the Yasu facility is under-equipped to handle Ebola patients. eventually on July 25, the physicians discovered that Sawyer has died. The First Consultants Medical Center begins enhanced precautions and monitors its staff for signs and symptoms.
The story centers on the sacrifices made by men and women who risked their lives. To make sure the Ebola virus was contained before it becomes an epidemic.