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REVEALED: Here is what Kabaka of Buganda is reportedly suffering from

Kabaka Ronald Mwenda Mutebi II appeared to be in discomfort on Tuesday during his birthday celebrations at Bulange, Mengo

The Kabaka of Buganda, His Majesty Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II is reportedly suffering from throat cancer, unconfirmed reports from inside sources have revealed.

Although the kingdom is yet to issue an official statement on the Kabaka’s heath status, his appearance on Tuesday for his 66th birthday celebrations threw many of his subjects into panic and worry.

Several social media enthusiasts have rushed to claim he could be suffering from throat cancer, given the scenes captured in videos showing the Kabaka seemingly struggling with something in his throat.

Watch the video here: Kabaka’s health worries citizens as he shows up for his 66th birthday celebrations

A one Keith claimed through twitter he got reliable information from Kenya where the King was rushed last year, he was tipped that it is throat cancer the 66yr-old traditional ruler is suffering from.

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“A friend I contacted who works in a Nairobi hospital where the kabaka was admitted says he was on a treatment of throat cancer. We pray for his life and my God protect him,” he tweeted.

But if Keith’s allegation seems like mere speculation. In any case, if his source is credible, then the doctor in question flouted confidentiality and privacy rules.

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The Daily Express News, therefore, wons no authenticity of the allegations raised herein no until the kingdom officially release a statement regarding the Kabaka’s health.



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