Latest news about the health situation of some of our confreres

Faustin Kerumbe shaking hands with Marc Nsanzurwimo

Faustin Kerumbe shaking hands with Marc Nsanzurwimo

Marc Nsanzurwimo was admitted on Monday the 9th to Hilltop Hospital in Lusaka for appendicitis. The surgery took place at 15 hours and was successfully performed within 40 minutes by Dr. Tembo. Marc is recovering well and is expected to be release by tomorrow the 12th.

Didasio Mwanza is doing fine progress. He saw the doctor as foreseen on Monday the 9th and it was positive.
An X-ray was taken and, if these confirm solid union, he will give a go ahead for a return to Zambia. Nevertheless, we would advise Didasio to move slowly back to normal life. He has been mostly resting and lying with one or two walks a day. Now he has to do exercise to strengthen the muscles of his shoulders and neck. We think that he should take advantage of the supportive environment that he finds in South Africa to take it easy and visit some of our confreres to enhance a full physical, moral and spiritual recovery.
News about Didasio sent by Didier Lemaire in Edenglen
Christopher Chileshe had a surgery last week in India for a prostate cancer. He is recovering well but will need time to recover properly. Let us also pray for him as well as Marc, Didasio and all the confreres who are facing health problems.
Thanks for everyone who spend time and resources in helping our sick confreres where ever they are; in India, in South Africa and Zambia. Please, let us know if someone else is experiencing similar ordeal so as to join our prayer together.


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  1. John ITARU. M.Afr

    May the healing Jesus grant them a recovery and make effective and efficient physician’s efforts in order to make the Human Resources Capital of our ”small society” regain their full energy to to serve Lord’s flock. United in prayer from the Philippines.

  2. Camille Konkobo

    I wish them all a prompt recovery. May the Lord continue to guard them and strengthen their faith through this experience.
    Camille Konkobo, M.Afr

  3. Manda Alex

    Wishing all my brothers à quick recovery! Lesa engalabapala bonse. All the best
    Alex Manda

  4. John Mubanga

    Thank you very much for the piece of information about the province. Indeed, I will also put them in my prayers. I wish them quick recovery.
    John Mubanga
    Theology – Nairobi – Kenya

  5. Piet van Heijst

    Dear Didasio Mwanza,
    This to let you know that I am with you in thought and prayer. I wish
    you a good recovery and hope to see soon again back in Zambia.
    Remaining united, Piet van Heijst

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