Leave politics out health issues – Queen Nabagereka Sylvia Naginda



By Ronald Kabuye
The queen of Buganda Nabagereka Sylvia Naginda has urged the public especially politicians to leave politics out of health related issues since it affects everyone in various aspects.
Nabagereka made the remarks during the Requiem mass for his deceased father Omutaka John Mulumba Luswata at Namirembe Cathedral.
she urged government and the public to do everything possible to support medical officers by enhancing their welfare, giving them the necessary training and equipping the medical facilities in order to retain them.
Nabagereka and the family of the deceased described the late as jolly, loving, caring, strong, hardworking and respectful person.
They thanked the Buganda government and others for standing with them in such a trying time.
Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira who led the Requiem mass called on the public to put their trust and hope in Jesus Christ who is the way, truth and life by leaving a Godly life since we are only visitors in the world thus death which is painful and scary is a must.
The Buganda premier on behalf of Buganda government urged parents to raise their children well, with responsibility and trustworthy as it has been the case with the late.
Omutaka Luswata succumbed to heart failure after four weeks of battling it at the intensive care unit at Nakasero hospital.

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