Day 6: ‘Steadily improving,’ medical team treating Kalaba remains positive, calls for privacy


The University Teaching Hospital (UTH) has appealed to Zambians to give former national team player, Rainford kalaba, the privacy he deserves.

Kalaba, 38, who was involved in a road accident along the Great North Road continued to receive treatment at the UTH.

Nzeba Chanda, the UTH Public Relations Officer, in a statement issued in Lusaka on Thursday marking six days of Kalaba’s hospitalization said the condition of the patient was steadily improving and remained stable.

She said: “The medical professionals at the hospital are fully committed to ensuring that he receives the care that he deserves.”

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Chanda added that the loved ones should continue to pray for him as he continued his journey towards full recovery.

“As much as his family and hospital appreciate the overwhelming numbers of people that have continued visiting him, will appreciate that we give him the privacy he deserves at the moment,” she advised.

Chanda assured that the hospital would continue updating the nation on Kalaba’s condition as the medical team remains positive.

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