First Lady donates to UTH’s emergency department

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First Lady Esther Lungu cleaning at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) emergency ward during the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign
First Lady Esther Lungu cleaning at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) emergency ward during the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign

First Lady Esther Lungu has donated assorted food stuffs and hospital equipment to the emergency department at the University Teaching Hospital (UTH).

Presenting the donation Mrs Lungu said it is important for people to share the little they have, with the under privileged in society, adding that there are more blessings in giving than receiving.

The First Lady was also at UTH to participate in the Make Zambia clean, green and healthy campaign, held under the theme “Cleaner Greener and Healthy University teaching Hospital”.

Mrs Lungu said she is in a hurry to encourage all health personnel across the country to keep the surrounding clean and green.

She said UTH being the pinnacle of health services across the country, should lead the way in keeping the surroundings clean, green and healthy.

The First Lady urged hospital management to ensure that the institution creates a public awareness of not only keeping the hospital clean but the nation at large.

And speaking when he received the donation on behalf of UTH Management, Senior Medical Superintendent (SMS) of the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) – Adult hospital, Clarence Chiluba thanked Mrs. Lungu for the donation.

Dr. Chiluba said the donation will go a long way in helping the sustain the Hospital.

First Lady Esther Lungu cleaning at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) emergency ward during the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign
First Lady Esther Lungu cleaning at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) emergency ward during the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign
First Lady Esther Lungu cleaning at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) emergency ward during the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign
First Lady Esther Lungu cleaning at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) emergency ward during the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign
 First Lady Esther Lungu (r) with Wife to Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo Mrs Nancy Lusambo (l) cleaning at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) emergency ward during the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign
First Lady Esther Lungu (r) with Wife to Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo Mrs Nancy Lusambo (l) cleaning at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) emergency ward during the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign
First Lady Esther Lungu with Ministers spouses cleaning at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) emergency ward during the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign
First Lady Esther Lungu with Ministers spouses cleaning at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) emergency ward during the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign
Ministry of Information Staffs joining in the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign cleaning at Government Complex
Ministry of Information Staffs joining in the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign cleaning at Government Complex
Ministry of Information Staffs joining in the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign cleaning at Government Complex
Ministry of Information Staffs joining in the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign cleaning at Government Complex
Ministry of Information Staffs joining in the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign cleaning at Government Complex
Ministry of Information Staffs joining in the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign cleaning at Government Complex
Ministry of Information Staffs joining in the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign cleaning at Government Complex
Ministry of Information Staffs joining in the keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign cleaning at Government Complex
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15 COMMENTS

  1. Donating is commendable but why not have a permanent solution?
    Why not get the equipment for our trained doctors to use as opposed for a head of state to fly out of the country??

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  2. Donating is commendable but why not have a permanent solution?
    Why not get the equipment for our trained doctors to use as opposed for a head of state to fly out of the country every time they fall I’ll??
    Let’s as a nation buy the relevant equipment and upgrade our institutions..

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  3. Please madam. Let the big man step down in honour.

    Things are not very good out there. People ‘re wondering why the entire president should go shout build in flats at every corner. Tensions will keep escalating and by 2026 will be treated like chiluba.

    Pf is not short of leaders to take over. Pf is not upendi with a supreme

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  4. So they steal your money through social cash transfer fraudulant activities , and then they give you less than 1 percent of that money and make you believe that it is a donation out of their good hearts.Then the gullible ones go and vote for PF but then PF fails to win the election and then decide to us some of the same stolen money to buy judges and instill fear in people. Before you know it you have an economy that is as good as used toilet paper.. and then you meet me at arcades and ask me for money.. you see what u have done to yourself PAMELA

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  5. #1 Chikankalipa, you don’t read or follow news? Are you illiterate? Esther receives donations openly from many individuals and organisations. Even this week she received.
    Esther is one whose donations we see the source. Very different from her husband, his cabinet ministers and MPs who donate millions of kwacha without a discernible source. We can onlyconclude itsfromcorrupt acti ities, or leads to compromising them and eventually inevitable corruption.

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  6. Fellow participants on this forum, please ignore this creature called Sharon. Do not be baited nor read nor reply to its comments. Looks like its job is to be on this forum 24/7. Probably being paid from the Social Cash Transfer funds. Finally it has realised that Zambians cannot be taken for granted anymore.

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  7. Upnd cadre you cannot fool us this stolen money recycled as donation. Unless if an audit of the so called charity was done and openly made public will we believe you. We also getting tired of these public stunts they need to come up with permanent solutions

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  8. Madam Lungu’s job like that of any other First Lady is ‘damage control’.This is exactly what she is performing at UTH. She could do better and her assets should be questioned too!

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