Earlier today, rumors surrounding Uganda's President's health and wellbeing, spread like jungle fire. Most believed that, after a Ugandan presidential chopper was spotted in Nairobi Kenya, probably the Ugandan leader might be ailing or dead. Many believed in the latter and were eagerly waiting for the bad news to be broken to them during the evening hours.
Photo: President Museveni (for illustration purposes only)
The president is well and standing contrary to the fake news. This was confirmed after he was spotted attending the opening of the World's Health Summit Regional Meeting 2021, being hosted in Makerere University in Uganda. The majority of Ugandans have confirmed their fears as they believed he was receiving medical attention in Kenya as his health was critical.
Photo: Museveni attending the summit (illustration purposes only)
President Yoweri Museveni on Friday last week tightened restrictions in the country following a worrying rise in Covid-19 infections and deaths. This followed after the country recorded 42 Covid-related deaths and 1,000 new infections, the Ugandan leader vowed to “stop the joke” of the public violating the public health guidelines, known locally as the Standard Operating Procedures [SOP].
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