Mbabane: Ambassador’s House Ministries Bishop Mpendulo Nkambule has been cleared of COVID-19 after three weeks of treatment.
Nkambule took to his Facebook page to speak about his condition upon admission at Lubombo Referral Hospital and how he survived until being discharged. Nkambule stated on his post that he entered hospital with extremely low oxygen saturation, infected lungs and struggled to breathe. He further stated that after three weeks on COVID-19 treatment God miraculously brought him back to health.
“I am free of Covid-19 and the after effects,” reads Nkambule’s post. He further thanked God for the prayers of the saints, the support from his family and the great work by the Government of Eswatini at the Lubombo Referral Hospital in Siteki.
Nkambule further thanked the doctors, nurses and entire staff at the hospital, saying their professionalism is amazing. He said the first thing the doctors do is give hope then treatment. Nkambule heaped praises on the great team of Congolese doctors.
The man of the cloth urged the public not to hesitate to go to the Lubombo Referral Hospital if one tested positive for COVID-19.
“Every day I saw people leave the hospital alive and so did I,” commented the Bishop.
“Covid-19 is a thief and I solicit the prayers of the saints against this demon. Beloved saints, let’s destroy this covid-19 demon in prayer. The prayer of the righteous availed much.” Reads Nkambule’s post.
Nkambule follows Mbabane Alliance Church Bishop Reverend Johannes Vuyisile Mazibuko who also survived this deadly sickness.
Speaking to the Eswatini Observer Conference of Churches President Bishop Steven Masilela said Christians are also human and were bound to contract diseases. He said they also live and mingle with people in the same communities where the cases are reported. “They do not get it because they are going to church but simply because they are also human beings living in the communities where these diseases have been recorded,” stated Masilela.
He added that people should not fear going to church due to some church members having contracted the disease. They should go to church but comply with the precautions issued by the World Health Organization and the ministry of health, said Masilela.