By PATRICK JARAMOGI
KAMPALA, Uganda|SHIFTMEDIA| Just hours after a private guard attached to National Unity Platform Party Presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi was buried after being run over by a military truck, another has been knocked again.
The private bodyguard identified as Ashraf Sseremba was knocked in Kalerwe as he headed to the NUP offices in Kamwokya .
NUP spokesman Joel Ssenyonyi said: “His leg has been fractured and he has been rushed to the hospital for first aid.”
Ssenyonyi told the press at their party headquarters that the vehicle that knocked Ashraf is yet to be identified. vehicle.
The sad news comes fresh as NUP party officials are still mourning the death of Frank Ssenteza, a bodyguard attached to Kyagulanyi, who was reportedly knocked in Busega by a military vehicle, although the UPDF spokesperson Brig. Flavia Byekwaso refuted these reports.
National Unity Platform (NUP) presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi, alias Bobi Wine, presented medical results showing that his personal bodyguard, who was buried yesterday in Masaka, was killed by an object that crushed his head and chest and blood entered the lungs causing death.
During the burial of Francis Senteza Kalibala in Kilowooza Vila Maria in Masaka City, Mr Kyagulanyi displayed X-ray images and medical result sheets. He dismissed the army and police narrative that the diseased had fallen off one of the cars in his campaign convoy.
The X-ray sheets contained a reconstruction of Senteza’s head that portrayed a sunken and broken skull. The report also showed jaw-bones broken multiple times.
According to Bobi Wine, these injuries couldn’t have been caused by merely falling off a speeding car as army and police reported.
“The police have always come out with lies whenever they kill innocent Ugandans. They were at it this time too but the report from the medical team at Rubaga Hospital shows the true cause of the death of Frank,” Kyagulanyi told mourners.
Senteza was picked from the road around Busega roundabout where he had been abandoned in a pool of blood on Sunday.
Later the Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPF) spokesperson, Brig Flavia Byekwaso, released a statement on her official social media platforms saying the diseased had fallen off a fast moving vehicle.
“UPDF would like to clarify that the late Senteza Frank a @NUP_Ug candidate close protection person was not knocked by a Military Police Vehicle as purported, but rather fell off a speeding car Reg No UBF 850z (Drone) he tried to jump to but fell off,” she said in a Facebook post.
Senteza becomes the 21st NUP supporter to die under mysterious circumstances.