My name is Musa Kargbo, actually the coming of Ebola put a great challenge to my life. I was a student before the outbreak trying to pursue my education but unfortunately the Ebola epidemic put a halt into it. So as a result I decided to give myself as a volunteer in the fight against Ebola, and my role was a hygienist—someone who is responsible for cleaning up the patient. The work I was doing involves a lot of risks because I was responsible for cleaning up urine, throw ups and other waste of the patients, so I was working in the red zone. My hope for the future is to become a lawyer. The best lesson I learnt from my work is that Ebola is real and it is a fast killer disease; and I am praying for God to eradicate this infection.