In Zambia, a Former ward nurse has supposedly confessed on her deathbed that, appears like a plot accurate out of a thriller film. She reportedly said to the Zambian Observer that she exchanged thousands of babies over 12 years. The case is not just annoying but is also nearly difficult to understand. her statement is also putting a lot of eyebrows as characters question whether or not it is correct. In the Zambian capital city of Lusaka, Her 1983-95 tenure in the maternity ward at University Teaching Hospital (UTH), the nurse stated, she exchanged close to 5000 babies. Additionally, she returned them to the wrong parents just for fun.


She stated, “I wish to acknowledge my errors before God and before all the concerned people notably those who were giving birth at UTH during my duty. I have blank to disappear. In 12 years I served in the maternity ward at UTH, I exchanged close to 5,000 babies. If anyone’s born between 1983 and 1995, the possibilities are that their parents might not be their true natural parents as she had formed a way of exchanging babies just for fun. So, take a great look at your siblings, if for instance everyone is simple and you are ignorant, I am especially sorry for that.

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Finally, the nurse’s disturbing case immediately spread viral, indicating the General Nursing Council of Zambia to begin an inquiry. They have been powerless to verify if she even prepared as a nurse at UTH. The former nurse to switch 5,000 babies throughout her profession, would have required to swap two babies per day for nearly seven years.

By Fatima Sadaf khan

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