Dr Chris Baryomunsi, a parliamentary
commissioner and medical practitioner, who represented Parliament at the
out drug abuse and natural causes.
“During the post-mortem we were able to exclude
conditions that kill you suddenly, things like heart attack, blood pressure,
blood clot. We also excluded any form of injuries caused by way of using
weapons, strangulation, physical strangle or rape,”
And that’s all Ugandans know so far!
Parliament stopped the scheduled burial of Nebanda, until further forensic
investigations into the death have been carried out. Deputy Speaker Jacob
Oulanyah Thursday directed that Nebanda’s body be taken to Mulago Hospital,
pending the forensic investigations..
connection with the case Police arrested and detained a pathologist
commissioned to carry out independent forensic investigations in South Africa.
Sylvester Onzivua who works at Mulago was arrested at the Entebbe International
Airport and is still in custody at the time I post this.
finger pointing continues, President Museveni told the press his government did
not kill Nebanda.
Museveni had mentioned the young vocal MPs name in his address on the Oil Bill
a day before her death. The president threatened any person pointing fingers to
government would be arrested.
Nebanda, many MPs and other leaders should get to know that you don’t have to
live forever to have an impact on society. In 19 months, she has registered her
mark on the Parliament of Uganda and the public in general… those of us involved in the fight
against looters have lost a battle-hardened fighter not so easy to replace
– MP Ssemujju Nganda.
online continue to look into the mystery.