Monday, September 28, 2015


President Museveni has advanced stage 4 Prostate Cancer. Stage four is the final stage and at this stage, the cancer may have spread to other organs such as the bladder. The king had his prostate removed through laparoscopic surgery at Fortis Clinic in New Delhi India on Sept. 18th, 2011 shortly after elections. A prostate gland is part of a male's reproduction system. At this stage the cancer is rapidly invading other organs. Although the gland was removed, the cancer was caught too late. He is under care by his personal doctor Diane Atwine with the help of urology doctors from India. The King also suffers from gout which is caused by excessive uric acid in the body. Because his prostate gland was removed, he also suffers from urinary incontinence a condition where one feels like going to the bathroom frequently. To relieve pain from his joints. Since the king is on steroid medication this causes the body to retain water and can cause swelling in the feet, legs, arms and in the face. NRM is said to put up resistance as the king wants his wife to be the flag bearer of NRM

To all makes in their fifties and above or you are approaching fifty years of age' you should get yourself screened for prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is one of the most curable cancer if detected early. If all your male relatives such as your uncles on either side are dead, you must test yourself immediately. If King Museveni had more relatives such as uncles perhaps he would have caught his cancer early. The cancer gene can be passed on from either parent. Muhoozi should get himself screened and am sure he has done it already. Those that kill other people for any reason, should understand that the soil will never be declared full that its no longer taking in dead bodies. I feel sad that king Museveni deployed our brothers, sisters, uncles, aunties, fathers, mothers, cousins, friends to go and die in South Sudan, Somalia for absolute no reason and they got slaughtered and now he is pulling UPDF out of South Sudan without any accountability as to why those Ugandans had to die in South Sudan. Being a commander in chief does not mean that you should treat men and women in the army as commodities. Being disciplined is not an option to send them in arms way. Many men in Uganda have died of prostate cancer and perhaps some of them thought that they had caught a sexually transmittable disease.

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