In a video taken by Warnick two years ago, Mulenga can be seen wearing a white lab coat. There is a stethoscope around his neck and an ID badge hanging from his front pocket. He is in his hometown of Lusaka, Zambia, standing next to a shady tree and a ditch full of trash. Beyond the ditch is a busy street lined with cars.
Mulenga smiles as he speaks to the camera.
“In 1998, this was my bedroom,” Mulenga said, gesturing toward the tree.
As he reflects on his experiences, he wants to give people a message of hope. If the Lord can help me, he can help you too, Mulenga has said.
“God will always compensate you for everything you go through. I grew up without a mother, now he has given me two,” he said. “God is very much aware of your life and situation. It may not be in your time frame, but sooner or later, when you least expect it, he will compensate you for all the pain. He is not asleep.”
“We are never alone,” she said. “There is no other explanation for how he survived.”
“If you have family, you have it all.”
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