The health condition of the Mityana member of parliament Hon. Francis Zaake butebi condition is continuously worsening. Therefore MP Francis Zaake is currently breathing on oxygen supporting machines.
MP Francis Zaake was arrested on 19th April 2020, for allegedly giving out food to the Mityana residents. In addition, this act was against President Yoweri Museveni’s directives of food distribution. Therefore security operatives both in Uniform and non-uniform arrested him and allegedly tortured him at the places of detention. The security operatives accused MP Francis Zaake of violating the social distancing guidelines. In addition, put in place to help curb the widespread of coronavirus in the country.
The Mityana Chief magistrate Mr. Elias Kakooza ordered Zaake to seek further medical attention before hearing his case. He said so when Hon. Francis Zaake Butebi appeared in Court on 27th April 2020.
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This morning, one of the freedom fighters Hon. Kyagulanyi Sentamu Robert has posted an update on his wall. In addition, providing the latest updates about MP Francis Zaake Butebi’s health condition.
“Hon Francis Zaake’s health condition has worsened. He has now been placed on oxygen at Kiruddu hospital where he is currently admitted and still under police detention. The doctors are contemplating taking him into the Intensive care Unit (ICU). A member of Parliament like MP Francis Zaake is tortured to near-death experience by the regime enforcers,” Bobi Wine posted.
Keep it at Cyclone Times Uganda for all your latest news updates. Our team is working hard to ensure it provides the latest news updates about the health condition of MP Francis Zaake. We continue to urge to stay vigilant about the deadly COVID-19 virus. In addition, we thank the government of Uganda together with the Ministry of Health for doing a great job to keep us safe.
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