– Mumbi Mwila’s husband was admitted at the Levy Isolation Centre after he contracted the COVID-19
– Seeing how the health care workers were committed to their work, she hired outside caterers to supply the workers with food for one week
– She said she was doing that to appreciate the hard work that front-liners were doing in fighting the pandemic
They are the ones delivering critical services, taking on the burden of risk and responsibility for caring for others.
They do this while ensuring those at home can continue accessing essential items or services despite the COVID-19 pandemic raging the globe.
Making these different faces happy is a constant goal for any organization, but never has it been more important than right now.
One woman identified as Mumbi Kandeke Mwila, went out of her way to reward healthcare workers who were taking care of her sick husband and other COVID-19 patients
In a Facebook post shared by Fyambe media on Thursday, January 28, Mwila’s husband is said to have been admitted at the Levy Isolation Centre in Zambia’s Lusaka city after he contracted the respiratory disease.
Seeing how the health care workers were committed to ensuring her husband and other patients were receiving proper treatment, Mwila hired outside caterers to supply the workers with food for one week.
Speaking to local media, she said she was doing that to appreciate the hard work that front liners are doing in fighting the pandemic as she was touched on seeing how they are working.
One of the front liners appreciated the gesture as Mwila is said to be the first to help out with meals this year after other well-wishers would pitch in during the first wave of the pandemic.
Mwila’s generous gesture was applauded by internet users.
Natasha Kabaso Sianga wrote:
“You are really a cheerful giver, God bless your family and send healing rains upon your husband.”
Clementina Lwenje wrote:
“God will surely reward your good gesture madam and may the healing mercies be upon all patients.”
Malibase Kabaye said:
“May God return to you a hundred ford. And quick recovery to your husband.”
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