Ebola Survivor’s wahala

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In this photo taken Friday, July 31, 2015, Dr. Zan Yeong, left, an eye specialist for a joint Liberian-American Ebola initiative known as the Partnership for Research on Ebola Vaccine in Liberia (PREVAIL), examines the eyes of Ebola survivor Abraham Moses, who has problems with his vision, at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Monrovia, Liberia. Lingering health problems afflicting many of the roughly 13,000 Ebola survivors have galvanized global and local health officials seeking to determine how widespread the ailments are, and how to remedy them, with the World Health Organization calling it an emergency within an emergency. (AP Photo/Wade Williams)

In this photo taken Friday, July 31, 2015, Dr. Zan Yeong, left, an eye specialist for a joint Liberian-American Ebola initiative known as the Partnership for Research on Ebola Vaccine in Liberia (PREVAIL), examines the eyes of Ebola survivor Abraham Moses, who has problems with his vision, at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Monrovia, Liberia. Lingering health problems afflicting many of the roughly 13,000 Ebola survivors have galvanized global and local health officials seeking to determine how widespread the ailments are, and how to remedy them, with the World Health Organization calling it an emergency within an emergency. (AP Photo/Wade Williams)

Ebola Survivors continue to face health challenges including joint pains dizziness and blur eye sights.

Nasiru Dinn- Koroma has been looking at the plight of Ebola survivors and health complications they face

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