By Umaru Fofana
On a bed inside the Port Loko Government Hospital he sits. All he now knows is a toy given to him by someone he does not know but assumes is his mother. As he cuddles the teddy bear, it is obvious Ibrahim Sankoh misses a hug he has apparently not had for a while. Both his parents got snatched away by Ebola. So did his siblings. The four-year-old boy got infected by the virus and recovered through the intervention of some Danish health workers at the GOAL-run facility in northern Sierra Leone.