Pastor Yiga captured for claiming Covid-19 isn’t in Uganda

Pastor Augustine Yiga
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Pastor Yiga captured for claiming Covid-19 isn’t in Uganda. Police in Kampala have captured Pastor Augustine Yiga of Revival Church Kawala, Rubaga Division in Kampala over dubious explanations he made with respect to the coronavirus pandemic.

However, on Saturday morning, the dubious minister said coronavirus is non-existent including it is simply basic influenza.

He said the rules by President Museveni, Health Ministry, and World Health Organization are an exercise in futility.

Pastor Yiga captured for claiming Covid-19 isn't in Uganda
Pastor Yiga

In any case, as indicated by Kampala Metropolitan Police representative, Patrick Onyango. Yiga captured for addressing over the explanations that deceive people in general for instance.

“The activity of Pastor Iga advances the spread of the COVID 19 and can, in this manner. Similarly, to consider as an immediate assault on the individuals of the Republic of Uganda,” Onyango said in an announcement.

” Therefore, the suspect, who is at present confined at Old Kampala Police Station. He met to build up the rationale behind the risky expressions for instance.”

The Kampala police marketing expert cautioned general society to cease. From such bogus and scaremonger articulations that may misdirect people in general.

The improvement comes when the nation’s affirm cases have hit 23 after 5 more were included Friday night. Pastor Yiga captured for claiming Covid-19 isn’t in Uganda.

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However, President Museveni relies upon to give new rules as the nation targets fighting. The coronavirus pandemic that has effectively affected the whole world in the previous barely any months.
This comes after the number of individuals who have tried constructive for coronavirus (Covid-19). In Uganda hopped from 18 to 23 after 5 individuals tried positive on Friday.

“Out of the 227 examples tried today (Friday), 222 tried negative for Covid-19 while 5 tried positive,” Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng tweeted. “Ugandans please upgrade our rules and preventive measures. We can forestall the spread of Covid 19 together.”
Dr. Aceng didn’t give subtleties of the recently tainted individuals.

President Museveni said that given the five new cases, there may be a requirement for progressively radical measures to control [the] spread, as indicated by a Saturday tweet by Mr. Wear Wanyama, his press secretary.

Mr. Museveni said he will tell the nation what these measures are.

In conclusion, wellbeing laborers state, all the recently affirmed 14 cases are in stable clinical condition and taking care of well at Entebbe Grade B, Mulago National Specialized Hospital and Adjumani General Hospital.

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