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April 20, 2015

(PICTURED: KOFI MASON-SESAY WITH HIS MUM MIRIAM.)

Concerned mum Miriam Mason-Sesay, 48, pictured at home today (Wednesday October 8) with her son Kofi, aged nine, who was banned from St Simon’s Catholic Primary School, Stockport, Cheshire, because it was feared he had ebola.
Miriam claims her son has been treated like a LEPER after a school banned him from visiting due to parent’s fears that their children may catch EBOLA. Kofi Mason-Sesay was due to join classmates at a primary school in Stockport, Cheshire, next week while mum Miriam, 48, carries out fundraising work for charity EducAid. But despite Public Health England saying there was no risk from Kofi or Miriam, school officials bowed to pressure from concerned parents and cancelled the visit. The nine-year-old, from Freetown, Sierra Leone, has been visiting St Simon’s Catholic Primary School since the age of three during visits to the UK with his British mother. SEE MERCURY COPY