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MP Allan Ssewanyana Reveals Why He's Much Healthier Than Hon Muhammad Ssegirinya

MP Allan Ssewanyana Reveals Why He’s Much Healthier Than Hon Muhammad Ssegirinya

The Member of Parliament for Makindye West, Hon Allan Ssewanyana has opened up on why he’s much healthier than his counterpart, Kawempe North MP, Hon Muhammad Ssegirinya.

It should be noted that the two were jailed for close to two years by the State in 2021. This was on accusations of masterminding the Masaka killings that claimed tens of lives.

While behind bars, the two MPs saw their health status deteriorate so badly. They were later released under unclear circumstances. Apparently, Hon Ssewanyana says that he took time off to rehabilitate himself and this was at least 6 months away from the public eye.

According to the MP, he needed both mental and physical healing thus shunning public appearances. He visited different Turkish hospitals in Uganda where he received treatment.

Besides, the former media personality said that he’s a sportsman and people who practice sports don’t just break down with sickness. Their immunity is always able to fight a little bit harder than the common people.

Read his statement below;

“I think the reason why I’m not like Hon Ssegirinya is because I took time off from the public when we got released. I decided to treat myself for 6 months physically and mentally. It was only at my wedding that I appeared back in public. I had to visit Turkish hospitals here which are quite expensive. Besides, I hadn’t yet gotten my passport to travel abroad. Also, I don’t think I would have been able to afford the treatment there because I didn’t have money. On top of that, I’m a sports figure, we just don’t break down with sickness easily,” he said.

Besides, Hon Ssewanyana advised people especially those from Kawempe North to be patient with their MP. They should let him first receive treatment and recover well before he can come back to serve them.

However, if they decide to rush him like they did last time he was hospitalized in the Netherlands, the outcome might be bad.

Ssegirinya apparently didn’t complete his dose while he underwent treatment in Europe. He rushed back to the office which made his health status critical. As of now, he’s hospitalized in Kenya where he’s spent 4-5 months.

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