Nakalawa says in times like now, everyone or those that have lost their loved ones need to be prepared for the grieving process. According to Nakalawa, failure to grieve can lead to mental illness including depression.
Edulu had been placed under home-based care management which required him to remain in quarantine at home for at least 14 days while receiving treatment. But Edulu is reported to have ignored the health restrictions and decided to openly preach in the city centre, at a rally that had brought crowds in one place.
The couple recorded the statement at Moroto Central Police Station following the arrest of the same Doctor by the State House Anti- Corruption Unit. He was arrested on Tuesday by the team led by Lt. Col. Edith Nakalema following complaints of unprofessional conduct lodged against him.
Dr Muruta observes that more than 1,000 people cross the border into Uganda every of the two market days from the Democratic Republic of Congo, where Ebola has killed more than 1400 people in a space of 10 months. Thousands of others enter the country every day, escaping insecurity in Eastern Congo.