The Members of Parliament described the late as a champion of human rights. Apparently, he always supported parliament especially when topics concerning human rights came up. Some applauded his urge to see development in the country. On the topic of development, several people hint on it and sometimes regarded his speeches as repetitive for emphasizing the same thing.
Whether this request will be granted is not yet confirmed. However, the Kololo send-off attracted a great number of mourners. President Museveni was also there and demands to know what really caused the Archbishop’s death.
“It was a shock when I heard that he had died. I inquired then spoke to the police surgeon who was involved in the post-mortem. These doctors at a time must start explaining to the audience. They told me they know the condition that killed him. I asked my doctor (Diana) Atwine that if the condition is well known, what do you do about it,” Museveni said.
They will lay the late Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga to rest on Thursday, 8th April 2021.
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