OP sources trash Malaria story on sick president Lungu, there are no mosquitoes in State House

OP sources trash Malaria story on sick president Lungu, there are no mosquitoes in State House

lunguSenior Intelligence official who have been monitoring ailing president Edgar Lungu’s health condition in the last few weeks have trashed State House statement that he is suffering from malaria.

Lungu currently admitted at Maina Soko’s acupuncture room seems to have raptured some vital organs due to diabetes and hypertension that caused him to collapse. He has been very week lately and even failed to attend Robert Mugabe’s birth day celebrations two weeks ago despite having had sent an advance team. Medical experts and OP sources have revealed that malaria has an incubation period of 14 days and Lungu has not been to any mosquito prone place in the last 14 days. Sources further say there is no way Lungu can have mosquito bites inside State House comforts.

Around 16 hours Zambian time, Lungu’ spokesperson issued another statement maintaining that Lungu has malaria and fatigue and that he left Women’s Day celebrations when he ‘felt uncomfortable’.

Chanda said that ‘later doctors detected high levels of fatigue. After a snap test in the holding room, traces of malaria were detected. Due to this illness, President Lungu was forced to leave Heroes Stadium earlier than planned.’

he said Doctors at Maina Soko Military Hospital have since conducted comprehensive medical check-ups and observed the President and the results are good.
The President is being treated for malaria and fatigue and has been advised to take some rest.

“I am feeling much better and I have been told I have high levels of fatigue
and should take some rest. There is nothing to worry about,” President Lungu said.

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