Jose Chameleon is critically ill.
Jose Chameleone lying on a hospital bed as his mom looks at him.
The Tubonge hit singer has been hospitalised at a Kampala hospital, and according to his wife Daniella Atim, he is suffering from helicobacter pylori (H. pylori)
He was first admitted at Doctors clinic in Sseguku, along Entebbe Road for treatment. Apparently doctors couldn’t manage the illness and they referred him to a better hospital.
His mom, Proscovia Mayanja arrived at the clinic and as family, they decided to take the ailing music champ to Nakasero Hospital for specialized treatment.
Chameleone really needs prayers according to doctors findings. Sources say he could be battling a sickness related to the liver and pancreas due to too much consumption of alcoholic drinks and spirits.
Chameleone's wife Daniella, who lives in the USA with their five children, told people to stop sharing his photos because they might affect his kids.
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