Big story: FDC, Rwomushana asks Andrew Mwenda to join opposition after death of relative due to lack of Oxygen

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Big story: FDC, Rwomushana asks Andrew Mwenda to join opposition after death of relative due to lack of Oxygen. Whisper Eye News

Ugandan political analyst Charles Rwomushana has mocked veteran journalist Andrew Mwenda to join the rebellion against Museveni government after the loss of a relative due to lack of oxygen.

Princess Damali Adyeri Komukyeeya Mwenda’s auntie has just passed way due Covid-19.

Princess Komukyeeya lacked oxygen, thus losing the battle of Covid-19.

Mr Mwenda officially announced the death of his Auntie on Twitter, “This is to inform our family, friends and in-laws that my auntie, Princess Damali Adyeri Komukyeeya, has just passed away due to COVID19. She was in good health last night. This morning she got breathing difficulties, was taken to hospital but there was no oxygen. So she died!,” Mwenda Tweets.

Motormouth Rwomushana replied him using Facebook asking him to join the opposition and change government.

“For lack of Oxygen Andrew Mwenda lost a lot relative. And it’s so sad,” says Mr Rwomushana.

“I ask Mwenda to join the rebellion. Museveni should urgently release money to hospitals to handle this emergency,” political analyst Rwomushana added.

Mr Rwomushana highlighted that communities don’t have protective gear to bury the dead, due to Covid-19.

And all government hospitals lack basic facilities.

In the same vain Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party has sent mockery condolence message to Andrew Mwenda.

“Condolences Andrew Mwenda, family and friends for the loss of a relative. May her Soul rest in Peace,” says FDC party official.

“The pandemic has shown us that we are affected by Museveni’s dictatorship, rich or poor, loud mouth or silent, no family has been spared but we remain one Uganda, one People,” the official added.

Currently, many people have died due to lack of oxygen in hospitals since the second deadly phase of Covid-19 pandemic hit Uganda


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