Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago has said he’s currently in a stable condition and on course to full recovery.
In a posting on his Facebook Timeline accompanied by two pictures of him appearing to be walking around a hospital Lukwago said he was grateful to friend who have showed concern about his health.
Lukwago’s post reads: “Having a health walk within the confines of The Nairobi Hospital. Currently in a stable condition and on course to full recovery, praise be to the Lord of the Universe. Will always be grateful to the committed team of physicians and health workers at The Nairobi Hospital led by Professor Godfrey Lule and to all of you, dear friends, for your spirited concern and prayers. Looking forward to returning home in a couple of days.”
Yesterday rumours made rounds on social media claiming that Lukwago had died from Nairobi where he has been undergoing treatment.
At beginning of this month, Lukwago collapsed while attending the Requiem Mass of the late Archbishop of Kampala Dr Cyprian Kizito Lwanga at Lubaga Cathedral. He was briefly admitted at Lubaga Hospital but was later allowed to go back home.
However, a few days later, he was airlifted to Nairobi to get specialized treatment.