Friday, 27 September 2013

Mphwiyo still in critical condition

Shot  Malawi treasury budget director Paul Mphwiyo still remains  in a "critical" condition, the Malawi embassy in South Africa said on Tuesday, just over two weeks after he was hospitalized.

Mphwiyo  who is battling for his life  at the Milpark hospital  South Africa still remain in  the Intensive Care Unit where he was returned after his condition turned  to worse  few day after  four bullets were removed from his body

Mphwiyo was shot  two week ago at his house in area 10 in the capital Lilongwe in an attack suspected to his fight against corruption.

A hospital source who chose not to be named told the paper that Phwiyo still remains in critical condition and he is not able to speak nor seat on his own  at the moment.

" His condition is critical as we all know that he is in the intensive care unit, he can not speak nor seat down but the doctors are doing all they can to improve his condition" disclosed the source

Speaking in a telephone interview Malawi embassy health attach Nedson Fosiko decline to shade more light on the issue saying they are waiting for the family members to make a decision on whether Mphwiyo's condition should be reported to the press or not . 

But Fosiko  therefore agreed  that Mphwiyo is in  ICU and his condition is currently  critical. 

" Ethically I can shed more lights on the issue meanwhile we're waiting for the family to decide on whether his health condition can be leaked to the media or not" Said Fosiko

Since Mphwiyo was hospitalized at Milpark Hospital his parents and his sister Agatha Mphwiyo has been spotted at the hospital.

Currently there is tight security at the Milpark hospital and only family members and Malawi embassy officials are allowed to visit him.

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