The Ebola of 2014 was a 'war front for three poor countries of West Africa - Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia- all neighbors sharing culture, tradition, religion, and trade. No wonder why the three neighboring countries suffered Ebola. Ebola has come and gone, now it is COVID-19. Thank God this not an African sickness, instead, it is worldwide.
This time, unlike Ebola, COVID-19 is came with two fronts. One is the sickness itself and the other is hunger - no money, no food. Unlike many countries who are also suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic, Sierra Leone and Liberia have yet to receive stimulus packages from their governments. No pay for doctors, nurses,and other health workers and care providers. In the wake of the pandemic, our national leaders are throwing parties - birthday celebrations, beach parties, etc, to entertain their concubines and families.
If health workers - doctors, nurses and others go slow or stick, our people, their people will die. This generation may be wiped out from Africa or the human race.
It is time for our leaders to make equal sacrifice with the medical workers for the sake of their respective peoples. If there are no people today, there will be no parties tomorrow.
'HINT TO THE WISE IS ENOUGH FOR HEARING AND DOING'.
Treating a baby with Ebola - 2014
Receiving Ebola medical and humanitarian supplies - 2014
Mother and child with Ebola - 2014
Health workers Making sacrifices to safe lives - Ebola 2014