Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Scott visits Masebo at UTH
By Moses Kuwema
Thu 17 Oct. 2013, 14:01 CAT

TOURISM and arts minister Sylvia Masebo is admitted to UTH suffering from anaemia. And Vice-President Dr Guy Scott, who yesterday visited Masebo with commerce minister Emmanuel Chenda at the Fast track VIP section, said it was politics that had caused Masebo's illness.

UTH deputy managing director Dr Laston Chikoya said Masebo had been admitted to the hospital since Monday, adding that she was responding well to treatment.

"When she came in, she was quite sick but as you can see, she has done very well. She has responded to treatment and the doctors looking after her are very happy," said Dr Chikoya.

Vice-President Scott said he went to visit Masebo to ensure that she recovers quickly.

Chenda told Masebo that she still had a "carryover" from the United Nations World Tourism conference from Livingstone.

"You look brighter today and you are carrying a Sylvia smile. We are missing you and we decided to come and see you. At least we can see that smile back," said Chenda.

Vice-President Scott then told Masebo that she did a fantastic job in Livingstone.

"We have come to make sure that she gets fit quickly and gets back on the floor of the House. I am sure you will be very well attended to; take it easy," he said.

Masebo said the nurses had been very nice to her and asked how the debates in Parliament were going on.

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