SAD! Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago has been rushed to Aga Khan hospital, in Nairobi Kenya, and here is why.
Social media is all filled with sad news ever since innocent Ugandans lost their lives during the riots that took place in Kampala… In addition and other parts of the country after police shot at rioters with live bullets after the arrest of presidential hopeful Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine…
Hmm, as the Ugandans are praying for Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata Batte, another sad story hit social media confirming that Kampala’s finest Lord mayor Erias Lukwago has been rushed to Aga Khan hospital in Nairobi Kenya for further treatment… According to reports, Lukwago is in a very critical condition that needs quick medical attention… Well, Cyclone Times Uganda news team is doing all it can to gather accurate information for you… In addition, since it is still a developing story…
Reactions from Social media in-laws after receiving the sad news of Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago.
Laxon Marco: “I wonder how did Kenya become Uganda’s India… Sometime back Uganda used to rush patients to India and South Africa but these days… Why can’t we trash this government and provide better health services to our people? This country should get back to order… Vote Kyagulanyi Sentamu Uganda’s next president…”
Seremba Daniel: “Poison banange… People can’t be getting sick out of a blue. And, also all these people met at Anas Kalisa’s funeral”
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Reyezi reyezio: “Lukwago Muna Kenya mbuuza, Lwaki tebamulesse Kiruddu muwoza government ezimbye Amalwaliro ate bwemulwala babadusa Bweru wagwanga”
Ndidde Joseph: “If emergency treatment cant be done in Uganda, then there is no need to add more 5 years to the 35″
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