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Shocking Details Emerge On UHRC Boss’ Demise at Case Hospital


The country is mourning the un-timely death of Uganda Human rights Commission chairman Meddy Kaggwa who passed on at Case hospital at 9am. News of his demise surprised everyone who say he looked health yesterday as the commission prepared for the World Children’s Day celebrations today.

Close sources at the Human rights body reveal his joyous last moments that seemingly suspect he was saying bye bye to them. The New Vision reports that when the news broke to UNICEF and UHRC staff who were expecting to be among the panelists, many of them stopped following the day’s events.

“I received the news 20 minutes ago and that is when I stopped listening to what the children were saying I still think it is a lie because I talked to him last evening to remind him of today’s meeting” Said a staff member.

It’s further reported that yesterday during a mock exercise carried out in preparation for the commemoration of World Children’s in his office, he was in high spirits as he moved to all departments introducing Mastulla Nassaka, the young teenager who had occupied his office or the day as the UHRC chairperson.

“Meet our new chairperson, she will be taking over from me and she is responsible for everything today” he said. He further made sure that he introduces the girl in all deartments, and staff members welcomed their new boss.

However, Case Medical hospital has spoken out of how events prior to his death unfolded after he felt unconscious while driving himself at Mulago round about and it needed his car to be broken to take him out before he was rushed to case clinic that is Five kilometers away from the scene where he was pronounced dead.

“64-year-old brought in at 07:55am by a medical doctor from Mulago Hospital who found him collapsed in his car near the Mulago round about. The car allegedly stopped and knocked the car infront of it. The car was found locked and was broken into by the by standers”-Reads part of the statement by Case Hospital.

Statement From Case Clinic