Ugandan Singer Jose Chameleon In Very Critical Condition, Suffering From Kidney And Pancreas Disease.
Ugandan singer Jose Chameleon is in s very critical condition and he has been hospitalized in a Ugandan hospital where he is receiving treatment.
The Ugandan singer us suffering from a kidney and pancreas disease called pilori which is a bacterial infection.
Pilori can clear with consistent treatment and upon the news of his admission to the hospital over the disease, there are several Uganda's who sent him messages of quick recovery and others even sent him messages of hope and encouragement as he fights the disease.
The photos of him while in hospital also had gone viral and they were so much touching as he was lying in a very critical condition.
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