Day 5: Hope rises for Kalaba’s recovery, as Teaching Hospital says health condition stable


Authorities at the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) say former national team player and 2012 AFCON winner, Rainford Kalaba’s condition remains stable.

Kalaba who was involved in a road accident along the Great North had been admitted to UTH in the last five days and continued to receive treatment.

UTH Public Relations Officer, Nzeba Chanda, said this in a statement issued in Lusaka on Wednesday.

“Today marks the fifth day from the time Rainford Kalaba was admitted at the University Teaching Hospital-Adult section where he continues to receive treatment,” Chanda said.

She stated that Kalaba’s condition remained stable and steadily improving as medical professionals at the hospital remained committed and dedicated to providing him with the required treatment.

“Friends, Family and well-Wishers continue to show support for Kalaba during his challenging time offering prayers and encouragement for his swift recovery,” Chanda said.

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Kalaba, aged 38, was involved in a fatal road accident that occurred around 12:20 hours at Kafue S Corners, near Kafue Quarry.

According to Police Spokesperson, Rae Hamoonga, the accident involved a Howo truck horse with registration number AIC 805 and trailer number BAC 9540, driven by Muyunda Isaac, aged 32 years, of Kamwala South.

Kalaba was reportedly in a Mercedes Benz car, which collided with the truck.

The unmarked car was said to have been driven by an unidentified female driver of unknown residence who, police said, died on the spot.

On various social media platforms, netizens continue to express worries over the midfielder’s condition.

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