- Kachinga Sichizya is a doctor with many feathers in his cap
- He is a decorated neurosurgeon from Zambia who has saved hundreds of lives
- The 57-year-old and his colleagues sat in a recovery room and started praying and singing for the healing of their patient
- A video of the praise and worship session made it to social media and everyone who saw it felt blessed
Medicine is the most selfless profession as it entails putting your life on the line to save that of a stranger.
Zambian top neurosurgeon Kachinga Sichizya is what many would refer to as the male Mother Theresa.
The noble medic does everything by the book and makes sure his patients get a taste of peace and humility whenever he treats them.
The 57-year-old was praised after a video of him and other medical practitioners singing and praising God in hospital made it to social media.
Draped in scrubs, Kachinga and his colleagues clapped and danced in a recovery room as they were surrounded by beds.
They also prayed and worshipped as they waited for divine healing from God. In one of the beds, a patient lay still and sang along to Kachinga’s loud song. The patient raised his hand and surrendered to God’s goodness as he let his heart beat in reverence of the Almighty.
Kachinga’s eyes were closed and his soul was filled with humility as he let his mouth praise his creator. The doctor and his colleagues clapped when they were done.
Social media users were moved by the faith depicted in the video and they thanked the medics for going an extra mile.
In other news by Briefly.co.za, some people are doctors for the money but for Tony Adkins it is a calling. Adkins works at the Children’s Hospital of Orange Country in California, US and has accurately been dubbed the "dancing doc."
The physician uses dance moves to cheer up sick patients and adorable videos of these sessions have gone viral. The dancing doc uses the technique to cheer up his young patients and to protect the “magic of childhood” regardless of their illnesses.
“Dancing with patients is important because it adds levity and joy to the hospital experiences,” he said.
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