The death toll from protests over the arrest of Presidential Candidate
Robert Kyagulanyi has risen to 49.
According to records at Mulago Hospital, 37 bodies were brought to the
mortuary from different hospitals, while 12 are patients who died at Mulago
Referral Hospital on Wednesday and Thursday.
David Niwamanya, the Mulago National Referral Hospital Principal Administrator,
says that some of the patients died on arrival at the hospital while others
died in the process of being operated to remove the bullets.
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Dr Moses Byaruhanga, the police pathologist, said the city mortuary has
received 37 bodies which have been claimed by relatives except six which are
yet to be claimed.
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The pathologist says most of the bodies had injuries arising from
firearms, stampede and traumatic accidents although he adds they still analyzing
to come up with a comprehensive report for what could have been the cause of
death for each.