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Kyanjo Responding to Treatment

Muhammad Kateregga, the Bukomansimbi District LC V Chairperson who also doubles as the General Secretary Justice Forum-JEEMA party, says although Kyanjo seems to be in better shape he is still under close monitoring by doctors.
21 Mar 2019 15:59
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The family and friends of Hajj Hussein Kyanjo, the former Makindye West Member of parliament have got a sigh of relief because of his positive response to treatment.   

Kyanjo was rushed to India for medication after being diagnosed with stage four colon cancer.

He shared a video message on WhatsApp on Wednesday evening notifying his family and friends in Uganda that he is in better shape compared to when he was taken to India.

 

The jovial Kyanjo said that he feels much better and wishes to return home soon with God’s Grace. 

  

//Cue in: “Asalaam alaikum… 

Cue out…nga tuli better.”//   

Muhammad Kateregga, the Bukomansimbi District LC V Chairperson who also doubles as the General Secretary Justice Forum-JEEMA party, says although Kyanjo seems to be in better shape he is still under close monitoring by doctors.  

Kateregga notes that on March 18, 2019 Kyanjo underwent another checkup and the results are expected possibly today or Friday. 

He says doctors will be communicating the next course of action on whether or not the former legislator can return home.  

  //Cue in: “Kati he is… 

Cue out…ng’ali wali.”//     

In 2012, Kyanjo, an outspoken government critic made a public announcement indicating that he had been diagnosed with dystonia of the tongue, a strange disease that causes difficulty in opening or closing the mouth, often affecting chewing and speech. 

Dystonia may be hereditary or caused by birth-related factors or other physical trauma, infection, poisoning or reaction to pharmaceutical drugs.  

However, Kyanjo insists he was poisoned.

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