Masebo visits 11 Kapiringozi RTA survivors at UTH



HEALTH Minister Sylvia Masebo has visited the 11 surviving Kapiringozi (Chirundu-Kafue) Road Transport Accident survivors at the UTH-Adult Hospital in Lusaka.

Ten including a juvenile are in the surgical admission ward and one in the main Intensive Care Unit. A total of 24 Brought-In-Dead were deposited in the mortuary yesterday.

The medical team has since described the patients in admission as ‘improving’.

And Ms Masebo has expressed optimism that the said patients will recover as they are being taken care of.

The minister has described the accident as tragic having claimed 24 lives but thanked God for the survivors.

Yesterday, 24 New Apostolic Church members from Chongwe District died while 12 survived with serious injuries after a Mitsubishi Rosa Bus they were traveling in hit into the Freightliner Truck at Kapiringozi area along Chirundu – Kafue road.
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  1. Masebo just needs to up her game! Those shortages of medicine have gone on for too long. She talks too much with little output.
    Her style is humiliating people, pick up half cooked information and find svaoe goats. She now says Doctors don’t work, steal medicines, etc. But such allegations can be resolved administratively without her usual drama. Why wouldn’t line managers explain the absence of their staff.
    Problem is we are stuck with her for another 7 years and many people will die unnecessarily because I think Bally can do anything to that woman. That post needs a medical doctor that is knowledgeable and won’t rely on gossip but facts. We have a wrong person in the most sensitive national role.


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