The first President of the Republic of Zambia Dr. Kenneth Kaunda has been hospitalized.
Confirming the news, Administrative assistant office of the first president, Rodrick Ngolo on Monday stated that, “the office and the family of the first president wish to inform the general public that the first President of the Republic of Zambia, Dr. Kaunda has been unwell and was admitted in hospital at Maina Soko Medical Centre.”
Ngolo further said that the former president is requesting all Zambians and the international community to pray for him as the medical team is doing everything possible to ensure that he recovers.
I call the nation to prayer for our beloved KK who is hospitalised, that God may touch him with His healing hand. He stood up for this great nation at its most critical moment, and so we can all stand up for him in his moment of weakness.
— Edgar Chagwa Lungu (@EdgarCLungu) June 14, 2021
Leading the nation, President Edgar Lungu tweeted saying, “I call the nation to pray for our beloved KK who is hospitalized, that God may touch him with His healing hand. He stood up for this great nation at its most critical moment, and so we can all stand up for him in his moment of weakness.”
Kaunda served as the first President of Zambia from 1964 to 1991.
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