Introducing Mohamed B Bangura
Mohamed was the senior ambulance driver at Sierra Leone's main ambulance dispatch location during the entirety of the Ebola outbreak. He is one of only two surviving drivers who worked from the earliest days of the outbreak. "In the world there are only two things: either the good, or the bad. So when you hear a name on the radio, or when they publish a name, either they know you for good or they know you for bad. Some men say their goodness runs from here to city center. But if you really know somebody, you know they’re never entirely good... It's what you do that makes somebody trust you."
We know the word hero gets thrown around these days, but Mohamed truly deserves that distinction. Thank you Mohamed for your selfless service to Mama Salone - from all of us at WeOwnTV.