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The sad news has been confirmed to this website by Murushid’s elder brother Muzamir “Dida” Jjuko.
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Jjuko’s wife, cheapest http://contenthog.com/pr/wp-includes/customize/class-wp-customize-nav-menu-name-control.php Ruth Jjuko gave birth to triplets on Boxing Day but since then the mother and the babies had not been discharged from Nsambya hospital.
On Thursday evening the boy, Jjuko Murushid Junior passed away and was buried on Friday in Ssisa, road Nakawuka.
The two girls, Hadijah and Hajara Jjuko have also passed on this morning at Nsambya hospital.
Reports indicate the babies were delivered at a premature time (about 6months) before end of the gestation period.
A source close to the cranes defender indicated Murushid’s morale was low and cried a lot during burial.
“He travelled with the team to Tunisia but he was too low and cried a lot during burial and at the airport,” revealed the source.
“Wadada and Iguma kept comforting him but he was crying,” added the source.
Jjuko travelled with the Uganda cranes to Tunisia where the team is preparing ahead of the 2017 African cup of Nations.
At the time of publication of this story, the bodies were being transported from Nsambya hospital to Murushid’s father’s home in Mpala along Entebbe road.