Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa’s His Excellency
Mr. Emmanuel Mwamba listens to Ms. Mumba at Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg.
Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa Emmanuel Mwamba yesterday visited Marjorie Moyo, a police officer from Bennie Mwiinga Police Post, who was run over by a motorist almost two weeks ago.
Ms. Moyo was flown to South Africa’s Milpark Hospital on Wednesday last week for specialist treatment.
Mr. Mwamba says government is committed to extending help to employees working under hazardous conditions whenever they get injured in the course of duty.
Mr. Mwamba says he had to see Ms. Moyo at the hospital because Government is concerned about her condition and the circumstances under which the police officer met her fate.
Mr. Mwamba, who offered a prayer at the bedside, says Ms. Moyo seems stable and that he was able to converse with her for some time.
And Ms. Moyo’s mother, Mervis Mumba says the family is grateful to Government and particularly the Police Command for facilitating her daughter’s evacuation.
Ms. Mumba, who accompanied the patient from Zambia, says doctors has told her that her daughter was critical but stable and that there is a lot of hope for full recovery with time.
This is contained in a statement made available to QFM News by High Commission of Zambia in South Africa Press Secretary Nicky Shabolyo.