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Brenda fortunately received treatment and gave birth normally in June to a baby girl and was discharged.
She later developed stomach disorders and complications, making it so difficult for her to eat and to have normal digestive process.
She has sought further assistance from the police but all in vain.
Her husband is said to have contacted the former police spokesperson Judith Nabakooba, but was told that the government had no money to cater for them and that if they insist, they should go to court.
Besigye told press at the party headquarters on Monday that Brenda was referred to India by Dr. Makobole for further treatment for which she needs $17400 (Shs42m) to have her health restored and to give her a chance to take care of her baby.
Besigye contributed Shs500,000 in cash and FDC publicist Wafula Oguttu followed suit with a contribution of Shs300,000 and has urged the public to contribute through Nasser Walukagga, her husband on Barclays Bank ACC. No. 5800547399 or on mobile money No. 0772821310 and 0701760042.
The FDC leader has however vowed to offer legal advice to Brenda’s family so as to institute formal legal proceedings against the state to demand for all the costs incurred and compensation for the damages caused to the innocent victim who was at her home when a bullet ripped apart her tummy.