Nurse confesses to swapping over 5000 babies at birth ‘for fun’ before dying

The General Nursing Council of Zambia launched an investigation into the matter but failed to confirm if she even practiced as a nurse at UTH.

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Nurse confesses to swapping over 5000 babies.

In Zambia, a former maternity ward nurse allegedly made a shocking confession on her deathbed. According to reports, the nurse confessed to swapping thousands of babies at birth over the course of 12 years for fun. The shocking claim indeed sounds like a plot right out of a thriller movie!

According to media reports, the nurse has terminal cancer and will be dying soon. She confessed to her actions because she wanted to ask for forgiveness before it is too late.

Dying nurse confesses to swapping babies for fun.

Details of the Confession

As per reports, the nurse swapped close to 5,000 babies during her 1983-95 tenure in the maternity ward at the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) in the Zambian capital city of Lusaka. The nurse confessed:

I gave them to the “wrong” parents just “for fun”.

She further stated:

I wish to confess my sins before God and before all the affected people, especially those who were giving birth at UTH during my service. I have found God [and I am] now born again. I have nothing to hide. In the 12 years I worked in the maternity ward at UTH, I swapped close to 5,000 babies.

The nurse continued to state:

If anyone’s born between 1983 and 1995, the chances are that their parents might not be their real biological parents as I had developed a habit of swapping babies just for fun.

She concluded the confession by saying:

So, take a good look at your siblings, if, for example, everyone is light and you are darkie, I am really sorry for that.

Rumor has it that the nurse’s swapping act caused many couples to separate because they suspected that the child was not theirs.

Nurse causes many couples to separate.

After Effects of the Confession

As soon the nurse’s disturbing claim went viral and raised many eyebrows; people started questioning the certainty of the claim.

The General Nursing Council of Zambia launched an investigation into the matter but failed to confirm if she even practiced as a nurse at UTH.

Talking about facts, it should be noted that in order for the former nurse to switch 5,000 babies over the course of her career, she would have needed to swap two babies per day for almost seven years. This seems unrealistic; however, only the investigation will unveil the entire truth.

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