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He explained that the death of his wife has affected him and the growth of his children whom he described as facing terrible living conditions due to the absence of their mother.
However, the legislator in the middle of his submission broke into tears when he was asked to narrate how he copes up with life since the death of his wife.
According to his lawyers, Mulengani’s wife had a medical insurance with AAR that entitled her to management and treatment in an event of a gynaecological problem and Dr. Mariam Nakalembe a medical consultant was assigned to attend to the legislator’s wife whenever she was rushed to the hospital.
However, according to the lawyers, by the time the legislator’s wife was taken to AAR, Dr Nakalembe was in Mulago hospital where she also worked, and by the time she arrived, the patient was already dead.
High Court judge, Benjamin Kabiito, has adjourned the case to May 27, for further hearing.