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My Son was Poisoned – Jacob Oulanyah’s Father Re-Assures

Today 8th April 2022 was declared a public holiday around the country by the Government of Uganda in respect to the send off of ex speaker of parliament Jacob Oulanyah. Mr Oulanyah passed on a few weeks back from Seattle, USA after a long battle with cancerous related diseases that caused multiple organ failure as according to the postmortem reports.

However, rumor has been making rounds that the cause of death to the former Omoro member or parliament couldn’t have been different. This was fueled by the late’s father at the first vigil of his son’s death.

The government promised to sue and put to law all those alleging that Oulanyah didn’t succumb to cancer.

Today during his speech at the last funeral of his son, Mr Nathan Okori who at first wasn’t expected to speak due to emotional heartbreak and not so well health conditions as according to the organisers, again added an insult to the would regarding on the cause of death of his son.

“I’m not mourning in vain. I want to say it clearly. Jacob was poisoned.” He started the speech.

Mr Okori then added on that he got these shocking details from his fallen son (Oulanyah himself) before he was flown to seek for further treatment abroad.

“He told me, the poison affected his health so much and by the time he was flown out for treatment, it was too late. He could not recover” h added.

Such shocking revelation has left a big question on who is wrong and who is right, at Ugandan Buzz, we advise our readers to follow information as according to his post mortem report and it was read publicly.

The tent got overturned by the strong wind. This is where late Oulanyah’s body had been rested in the casket.

This came a few minutes before a strong wind interrupted the occasion, blowing away the tent where the casket had been tested.

What do you think?

Written by Kalema Lawrence

No one tells me what to write, so I will never tell you what to think.

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