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Dying Nurse On Deathbed Claims She Swapped More Than 5,000 Babies ‘For Fun’

In a startling turn of events, a terminally ill nurse has made a shocking confession on her deathbed, claiming to have switched over 5,000 babies for her own amusement.

The astounding allegations surrounding this story have left many questioning its authenticity. Are these revelations genuine, or is it just another elaborate hoax?

The narrative unfolds with a bizarre mix of incredibility and disturbing implications. Could this nurse be the worst maternity ward practitioner the world has ever witnessed?

According to The Zambia Observer, a nurse identified as Elizabeth Bwalya Mwewa is said to have developed a peculiar habit of swapping babies simply for her own momentary amusement. These purported incidents are reported to have occurred at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka, Zambia.

The nurse’s decision to come forward with this revelation is linked to her battle with terminal cancer. In a bid to seek redemption for her heinous crimes, she wants to recant as much as possible.

Her deathbed confession raises more questions than it answers. Can forgiveness be extended to someone who has committed such grave acts? Should the affected adults be informed about these alleged mix-ups that transpired years ago?

The Observer’s investigation indicates that these shocking incidents spanned over a dozen years, from 1983 to 1995, potentially affecting a substantial number of people.

The response on social media has been intense, with strong opinions and outrage. However, the truth may be far more mundane, as the Lusaka Times could not find any concrete evidence or records of a nurse named Mrs. Mwewa in their archives. The absence of such corroborating evidence casts doubts on the story’s credibility.

What remains perplexing is that there does appear to be a Mrs. Mwewa persistently standing by her initial claims. From her perspective, she is seeking redemption for a vast and unspeakable crime spree that unfolded over more than a decade.

Until further substantiating evidence emerges, this story remains in a state of uncertainty. While stories of babies being switched at birth have proven to be true in some cases, the validity of this particular confession remains uncertain.

Occasionally, reality can indeed surpass fiction in its sheer complexity. Nevertheless, the assertions of Mrs. Mwewa continue to perplex and mystify, leaving many questions unanswered.

Moriah Ballard
Moriah Ballard
Moriah Ballard joined the KPRC 2 digital team in the fall of 2021. Prior to becoming a digital content producer in Southeast Texas and a Houstonian, Moriah was an award-winning radio host in her hometown of Lorain, Ohio and previously worked as a producer/content creator in Cleveland. Her faith, family, and community are her top passions.


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