Crime & Investigation

Besigye Feared Sick

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Besigye was expected to participate in walk to work protests on Tuesday but his Special Envoy Anne Mugisha said “he was paying his last respect to fallen former Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Samuel Nanyumba.”

On the same day, thugs ambushed Besigye at his home with ulterior motives. A scuffle ensued between the goons and Besigye’s supporters leaving two seriously injured.

However, Besigye did not attend Nanyumba’s memorial service at All Saints Church in Nakasero yesterday. A drive from Kasangati to Kampala last less than an hour.

Besigye has on several occasions complained to this reporter that his eyes developed complications late 2009.

“My doctors always encourage me to take plenty of sleep,” Besigye told this reporter a couple of months ago.

Beisgye’s health was worsened by teargas splashed into his eyes by security officials during a brutal arrest early this year at Mulago round-about. He received medical assistance from Nairobi Hospital in Kenya and later United States which saved him from going blind.

“Besigye does not like to be seen as letting down the struggle against Museveni. You can never know his next step. He surprises us by insisting on traveling even when he is utterly weak,” said an aide.

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