Movement for Multiparty Democracy President Dr Nevers Sekwila Mumba yesterday spent Christmas morning visiting newly born babies at the University Teaching Hospital. There were a total of 24 babies born at that time he was there.

Dr Mumba presented baby hampers to the mothers of the babies who expressed gratitude. One woman in particular had given birth to twins and was facing financial challenges which were significantly mitigated by Dr Mumba and his team. Dr Mumba saw for himself several women on sleeping on the floor as there are not enough beds in the Maternity Ward.

Outside the Maternity Ward, Dr Mumba was asked by journalists about the conditions at UTH and what he would do about them once elected. He said that the current Maternity Ward is inadequate and needs to be demolished to pave way for a modern facility.

When asked about the recent controversy surrounding NEC Member Elizabeth Chitika over alleged tribal comments, Dr Mumba said a comprehensive statement would be issued later.

Dr Mumba arrives  at UTH
Arrival at UTH
Waiting in Maternity Ward with Bishop Frank Mwiinga
Dr.Mumba waiting at the Maternity Ward reception with Bishop Frank Mwiinga
A light moment with a grateful mother
A light moment with a grateful mother
Greeting a mother
Greeting a mother
Greeting one of the mothers
Dr.Nevers Mumba greeting one of the mothers
One of the 24 Christmas babies born UTH today
One of the 24 Christmas babies born UTH today
One of the mothers who sadly lost her baby this morning
Dr Mumba with one of the mothers who sadly lost her baby Christmas morning
Presenting a baby hamper
Dr.Mumba presenting a baby hamper to a new mother
Speaking to mothers who do not have beds
Speaking to mothers who do not have beds
Speaking to one of the Mothers
Speaking to one of the Mothers
Checking one of the babies
Checking one of the babies
Dr Mumba answering questions from journalists
Dr Mumba answering questions from journalists
Dr Mumba intercepted by journalists
Dr Mumba intercepted by journalists
Greeting a supporter
Greeting a supporter
Outside Maternity Ward
Outside Maternity Ward
Part of the MMD Choir
Part of the MMD Choir
A Die Hard Youth Wing Member
A Die Hard Youth Wing Member
Branded Vehicle
Branded MMD Vehicle
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    • Good job Dr Mumba…PF loves you and keep up the good work.

      These elections will be between PF and your party MMD.

      2015 vote PF ( Edgar )

      I thank you for

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    • It’s good to see our opposition leaders spending sometime with the vulnerable on Christmas whilst some popular unmentioned leaders were nursing hangovers on Christmas day!

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    • Hmmmm so ba nevers where were u all this time. why visit the hospital right before the elections?? do u take Zambians as dumb citizens?

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    • But who is Dr. Nevers Mumba? What has he done to help humanity? When is he getting back to court to answer corruption charges slapped on him after returning from Canada????

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  1. Very good to see. Very good to do. Dr. Mumba has not had an easy year for sure but I personally have admired his endurance! But in political terms, Ifintu Ni Lungu!

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    • And I hope Edgar works with Dr Mumba……Mumba is a very Patriotic Zambian and I know Edgar will work with him 100%. MMD’s campaign style is so mature…….unlike…..DNPU

      2015 vote PF ( Edgar )

      I thank you for

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  2. Mr Mumba that’s good for you to bless the new born babes as for such is the Kingdom of God. well done sir.

    But remember to vote for Lungu on 20 January 2015.

    Peace and Prosperity to Mother Zambia.

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  3. would be good to see cleaning up of the maternity ward rather than giving out hampers. look at the units and unfortunately these mothers are just too happy to get a basket of nothings – — shame on all those mothers and the choir that follows the bafoons – wish they would look squarely at their predicament, this is so annoying that i can go on and on

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  4. That’s my president 4 me,very unique in character. Thanks very much 4 showing us the true meaning of Xmass,God bless u & happy new to u & all mmd faithfull supporters.

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  5. I wish this was a video with audio. I would like to hear what a praise song for Nevers sounds like.
    Saw and loved the one UPND released for Mr. Hichilema featuring those kids dancing with the handicapped gentleman

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  6. Uplifting the lives of people can be done through many different ways and Dr. Mumba through his former ministry he could have done this better and helped many people. It is a pity that many people think politicis is the only way through which the can fight the injustices in this country. But anyways, a good job Nevers, hope even after the lections you will continue this work regardless of the results.

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  7. Congratulations to you Mr President Dr Nevers Mumba.Jesus said whatsoever you do to the least of these you do it to me.The greatest endorsement is that one which comes from God.The minds of all voters even in that polling booth are in the hands of God.God will surely speak and declare his will come 20/1/2015. Dr Nevers Mumba God is with you and he will surely manifest his power and glory on that day.God bless the great nation of Zambia

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  8. That’s a powerful gesture of leadership and genuine compassion all candidates seem to have forgotten. Keep going Dr Mumba.

    It’s the majority ordinary voters who determine the outcomes of elections, not disgruntled MPs.

    Come 2015, mass summary expulsions must be served to rebels to exit the party. There is no other way MMD would have a clean bill of health with constant distractions within.

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