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‘Sheikh Muzaata was Killed’ Bobi Wine disagrees with Family on cause of death

National Unity Platform leader and presidential candidate Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu (Bobi Wine) has hinted the family of the late Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata is under intense pressure to hide the exact cause of his death.

Kyagulanyi made the these comments while speaking at the Salat-al-Janazah prayers for deceased Sheikh Nuhu B Muzaata who died Friday following 2 weeks of admission at International Hospital Kampala.

The family of the late Sheikh Muzaata had earlier stated that the outspoken muslim cleric had died of diabetes and high blood pressure, rubbishing informal reports pointing to foul play.

“Sheikh Muzaata has been battling diabetes and pressure for quite a time, recently, he was softened, he started feeling pains in joint and general weakness, that is when we rushed him to hospital but he died,” a family member told the gathering

“We thank God for giving us Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata and as well taking him away, he has been a pillar to this family and the Islamic community at large,” a family member told the gathering. the family member added.

Speaking moments later, Bobi Wine claimed that the family could have been forced to make these statements.

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NUP Presidential Candidate Robert Kyagulanyi (Bobi Wine) speaks to mourners at Kibuli

“The death of Sheikh Muzaata (I am sorry to say) is not what we are being told, I am certain even the family have received a call from the big man to scare them into saying what they are saying today,” Bobi Wine said.

“How else do you explain that serious people like Muzaata are dying and we have no report on their cause of death by this time? He posed.

Bobi Wine claimed that the government is rushing to contribute to burial expenses and other bills because they are hiding something from the family.

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The government contributed Shs90million in total towards Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata’s burial arrangements and clearing of medical bills.

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