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Lukwago Rushed To Hospital

pharmacy http://crijpa.fr/wp-content/plugins/mailchimp-for-wp/includes/class-array-bag.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The embattled opposition politician is currently admitted at Mukwaya General Hospital in Nsambya, tadalafil http://centreduplateau.qc.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-metadata-lazyloader.php Kampala, http://clearwatercommunities.com/wp-admin/includes/file.php where he is receiving treatment.


Close associates said the Mayor who spent two nights in detention this week has malaria, chest pains and high blood pressure. He spent over 10 hours in the intensive care unit of the hospital.


On Saturday morning, Lukwago’s situation was no longer scary as the previous night.


Chimpreports understands that the Mayor is now recuperating from stress, exhaustion and prison fatigue.


Earlier on Friday, Lukwago said in a brief statement that “the unconscionable persecution and humiliation you (Museveni) have unleashed on me has taken its toll on the entire family.”


He added: “You may no doubt succeed in manipulating or circumventing the law to whittle down or completely usurp the authority entrusted to me by close to 230,000 voters. A section of the skewed media may help you denigrate and cast the image of Lukwago as being chaotic and anti development. And I may as well be in my last days on earth. But I want to assure you on one thing, Mr. President: you will not succeed in breaking my spirit, passion and resolve to fight for good governance, constitutionalism, rule of law and social justice.”


Lukwago was last week found liable for misconduct, abuse of office and incompetence by the KCCA Tribunal, clearing the way for councillors to impeach him.


The opposition responded by launching protests which were crushed by Police.


Lukwago and former FDC ironman, Kizza Besigye, were later charged for belonging to an unlawful assembly before being released on a shs40m non-cash bail.


Police accused the duo of inciting violence and breaching the Public Order Management Act in organizing a public assembly in Kampala.

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