Travel restrictions spurred by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa caused a Georgia man to leave his home country, Guinea. Sam Johnson says he can't sleep at night becasue he wants to go back and help educate people on staying healthy.
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00:02 A man of passion there is his love for soccer.
00:06 His talents they are helped pay his way through Mercer University.
00:09 There and there is Sam Johnson's passion for the children. Thousands
00:14 of miles away who -- surround my feet. And nobody would
00:18 have been there -- now nobody go to market Sam Johnson
00:21 spent most of his childhood at a refugee camp in the
00:24 southern part of -- The United Nations brought into Atlanta when
00:27 he was seventy. But it's hard to remains in that can't
00:31 if he's into what a quorum. -- Somebody that is his
00:34 desire to educate the children there to help them acquire clean
00:38 drinking water took him back this past April a month later
00:41 a trip that was supposed to last two years was cut
00:44 short by the Ebola outbreak. He had to say goodbye to
00:47 the children. And board a plane back to Atlanta we all
00:50 went through it age is screening if he showed symptoms of
00:53 fever. They -- an opportunity now he stays busy playing soccer
00:57 and raising money for those West African children who Wear the
01:00 jerseys of Atlanta's holy innocents -- He is waiting for the
01:04 end of the outbreak and the travel restrictions that keep him
01:07 from going back. I can -- by nighttime because I guess
01:10 that's how. Biting days for me -- I wanna be there
01:13 before he left Sam Johnson spent time educating the children of
01:17 that refugee camp about Ebola and how to avoid. Now all
01:20 this man of passion can do. Is wait.