I was deeply moved when I came across pictures on social media of a brave Kabwe-based young lady, Ms Chama Musonda, who is currently putting up a courageous fight against lung cancer with grit, grace and hope.
But this is not a fight that we should leave Ms Musonda to fight by herself. In the spirit of who we are as a people of faith, and guided by ethos of Ubuntu, I am pledging that I will meet all the medical requirements to cater for Ms Chama Musonda’s treatment – as we all pray for God’s healing mercies.
Let me take this opportunity to ask you my fellow citizens, to join me and my family tonight in saying a prayer for Ms Chama Musonda and others in similar situations.
To everyone who shared Ms Chama’s story, thank you for using Social media to highlight a noble cause.
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The video circulating of recruits breaking down and collapsing by the roadside during military training is just a taste of what military training is all about.
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