Thursday, July 18, 2024

Tour of Health facilities in Mongu in Pictures

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Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (c) touring Lewanika General Hospital wards during visiting of health facilities in Mongu
Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (c) touring Lewanika General Hospital wards during visiting of health facilities in Mongu
Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (r) shares notes with Lewanika General Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr. NjekwaSamutumwa (l) and his deputy Dr. SubhashSoni (c) before addressing health workers in Mongu
Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (r) shares notes with Lewanika General Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr. NjekwaSamutumwa (l) and his deputy Dr. SubhashSoni (c) before addressing health workers in Mongu
Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (r) addressing health workers at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu
Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (r) addressing health workers at Lewanika General Hospital in Mongu
Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (l) checking the drugs on Lewanika General Hospital Children’s Ward nurse NawaMonde’s (r) tray during visiting of health facilities in Mongu
Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (l) checking the drugs on Lewanika General Hospital Children’s Ward nurse NawaMonde’s (r) tray during visiting of health facilities in Mongu
Lewanika General Hospital Children’s Ward nurse Nawa Monde (c) guiding Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (l) through the ward during visiting of health facilities in Mongu
Lewanika General Hospital Children’s Ward nurse Nawa Monde (c) guiding Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (l) through the ward during visiting of health facilities in Mongu
Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (r) taking notes as Lewanika General Hospital Principal Biomedical Scientist Chiswamo Phillips explains (l) during the tour of health facilities in Mongu
Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (r) taking notes as Lewanika General Hospital Principal Biomedical Scientist Chiswamo Phillips explains (l) during the tour of health facilities in Mongu
Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama(l) going through the drugs at Mongu District Hospital Pharmacy as hospital medical officer in-charge Dr. Chilufya Musonda (c) and Pharmacist Diana Uyoya (r) look on during the tour of health facilities in Mongu
Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama(l) going through the drugs at Mongu District Hospital Pharmacy as hospital medical officer in-charge Dr. Chilufya Musonda (c) and Pharmacist Diana Uyoya (r) look on during the tour of health facilities in Mongu
Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (r) shows gratitude to Mongu District Hospital Medical Officer In-Charge Dr. Chilufya Musonda (l) during the tour of health facilities in Mongu
Ministry of Health Technical Services Permanent Secretary Dr. Kennedy Malama (r) shows gratitude to Mongu District Hospital Medical Officer In-Charge Dr. Chilufya Musonda (l) during the tour of health facilities in Mongu

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  1. Now we hear the PF has written to the 3 MPs who did not vote for bill 10 in parliament to exculpate themselves, I hope the speaker will protect these guys because they are supposed to vote with their conscious and not what the party says, so assuming these 3 were to debate the bill, they should have been debating in favour of what they did not believe in. If the UPND MPs follow instructions to walk out of parliament they are condemned that they are following party interests instead of national interest, so for PF there is no national interest, the MPs should just vote for what the party wants. Very autocratic party

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