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Government Sends a message of Condolences to the family of the late Dr. Abigail Mulenga

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The government has sent a message of sympathies and condolences to the family of the late Dr. Abigail Mulenga who died at the University Teaching Hospital at 18:30 hours yesterday.

Health Minister Dr. Chitalu Chilufya said the late Dr. Mulenga was a highly committed medical practitioner who worked with the ministry of health for the last two months and showed her diligence and dedication.

“Allow me today to express my sympathies and condolences to the family of the late Dr. Abigail Mulenga our 23-year-old intern who died last evening. The young lady had suffered from some headaches and had been unwell for more than a week and succumbed yesterday 18:30.

Dr. Mulenga was a highly committed medical practitioner who worked with the ministry of health for the last two months and showed her diligence and dedication to duty in a short period of time. Today we express deep sympathies to the family and the dark cloud covers the health sector as we have lost a gallant young fighter.” Said Dr. Chilufya.

He said investigations conducted thus far have not confirmed if her death was COVID-19 related

“The investigations we have done so far have not yet confirmed that the death was COVID related but so far what we have picked are comorbidities and these comorbidities have been investigated thoroughly and noted may her soul rest in peace.” The Minister added.

The country has recorded 137 new COVID cases out of 651 tests conducted in the last 24 hours bringing the cumulative number of cases to 11,345.

2 deaths have occurred while 192 people have recovered from the pandemic.

14 COMMENTS

  1. Had this girl been named Mushiba, Mutinta or Mushamba, we would never have heard of her passing. Just f**k off with your funeral.

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  2. So sorry for the loss.

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family, the medical fraternity, and the nation at large.

    MHSRIP.

  3. This has hurt me so much. So young with a very promising career. This is a loss to our country. I am very sorry to the family. To ngombala above there is no need for such. You are embarrassing us as a country. We have no room for tribal bigots like you. Is this what you are taught in diaspora

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  4. This has hurt me so much. So young with a very promising career. This is a loss to our country. I am very sorry to the family. To ngombala above there is no need for such. You are embarrassing us as a country. We have no room for tribal bigots like you. Is this what you are taught in diaspora. Kaizar

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  5. Ngombala, Abigail middle name was actually Mutinta, and she was more Tonga than her sure name suggest, walobe lyauma mu Kapompo!!

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  6. Really sad. Young intelligent lady with a promising career, gone too soon. Rest in peace and may the Lord strengthen the bereaved family.

  7. This girl was my classmate at primary school. Gone too soon my name sake. Boma ilanganepo. RIP my friend and sister.

  8. Truly painful development ?
    A great and bright career cut short.
    MHSRIP
    PS. There are no pain killers in the hospitals. I have been visiting hospital for the past fortnight.

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