Video: NUP’s Former President & founder Mzee Nkonge Kibalama in ICU at Bombo Hospital

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Video: NUP’s Former President & founder Mzee Nkonge Kibalama in ICU at Bombo Hospital. Whisper Eye News

National Unity Platform (NUP) founder and former president Mzee Moses Nkonge Kibalama is hospitalized in critical condition.

Mzee Kibalama is in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Bombo Military Barracks after falling sick in the past three weeks.

“Mzee Kibalama has been ill in the past weeks. Ever since Mzee was kidnapped by ISO operatives in the NUP party case he has never recovered fully,” says a close relative to Mzee Kibalama.

According to our sources, Mzee Kibalama was admitted after escalating situation of his blood sugar levels.

Currently, relatives can not access Mzee Kibalama since he is in ICU.

Former Kyadondo East MP Hon Robert Kyagulanyi was among those denied from visiting the ailing leader today at Bombo.

Mr. Kibalama founded The National Unity Reconciliation and Development Party (NURP) in 2004, one of the first political parties to register under president Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni’s regime.

NURP in 2020 changed her name to National Unity Platform (NUP) and later in the same year former Kyadondo East legislator Hon Kyagulanyi Robert Ssentamu a.k.a Bobi Wine, became the president of the party, and it’s presidential flag bearer.

Mr Moses Nkonge Kibalama is a former police officer who guarded two former presidents, he came to public attention in July 2020, when he handed over to Bobi Wine the National Unity Platform (NUP) previously known as the National Unity Reconciliation and Development Party (NURP).

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