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Family in tears as IHK doctors speaks out on Kazibwe Bashir conditions

by James Ateenyi

A team of doctors from International Hospital Kampala (IHK) has confirmed that the Uganda Journalists Association (UJA) president one of the best investigative journalist in Uganda Haji Kazibwe Bashir Mbaziira who was admitted on Monday at the facility in the evening hours has been diagnosed with food poisoning.

The popular journalist who hosts the former president press secretary Mr. Tamale Mirundi on NBS TV on a popular talkshow commonly known as One on One with Tamale Mirundi is in intensive care as specialists try everything to save his dear life at the critical moment.

Family members and his fans following him on NBS TV, and on Bukedde Fa ma 100.5FM on his popular investigative program commonly known as ‘Ekiryatabaala’ are in hysterics after doctors revealed that the patient tested positive to food poisoning. Doctors are still doing everything possible to save the youthful journalist as they prepare the final medical report as soon as they finish their work.

Kazibwe Bashir was elected last year as the president of the supreme media practitioners association in Uganda, UJA for a Two-year term. He is a freedom fighter who uses media to create awareness as well educate and do a watchdog role as a journalist. He was aligned to save residents in Wandegeya who were to face evictions by the said investors. Kazibwe was sued to courts of Law and he is still battling with court charges.

Just recently Kazibwe made an impromptu declaration to contest for parliamentary seat for Kawempe South and his candidature was welcomed by the ‘wana inch’ who follows him on media. He is a darling to the Moslem community and he was awarded by the community for his humanity and hard work.

A Family member has told this website that Kazibwe is strong and may be he had suspected such to happen to him, however they are not sure what caused it and the implementors as investigations take course.

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