ZAMBIA Medical Association (ZMA) Secretary General Dr Kaumba Tolopu says given the right support and incentives, the newly modernised and super-specialised local facilities are capable of offering “first-class” medical services. And Democratic Party president Harry Kalaba says the problem with President Hakainde Hichilema is that he has always believed that foreigners have got a monopoly on knowledge and has failed to admit that Zambians can develop the country when empowered correctly. Recently, President Hichilema said government would like Indian medical expertise businesses to set up first-class hospitals in Zambia so that citizens were able to access specialised health care locally. Commenting on the President’s remarks in a statement, Dr Tolopu argued that the country was not short of highly specialised…...

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