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I Am Getting Better -Speaker Kadaga

In a recorded audio message circulated by the Speaker’s Principle Press Secretary Sam Obbo on Sunday morning, Kadaga appreciates the efforts of both the Ugandan and Kenyan doctors in Kenya and says that she now has a better bill of health.
Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga chairing the afternoon plenary session.

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The Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has said she is feeling better and will be discharged from hospital soon.

Kadaga has been admitted to the Aga Khan Hospital in Kenya for about two weeks.

She fell sick in on March 21st and was first hospitalized at Nakasero Hospital over fatigue-related illness following her return from trips in New York, USA and Rabat, Morocco.  

A statement from the Office of the Speaker of Parliament indicated that Kadaga became ill as a result of a hectic work schedule, fatigue and jet lag. 

In a recorded audio message circulated by the Speaker’s Principle Press Secretary Sam Obbo on Sunday, Kadaga appreciates the efforts of both the Ugandan and Kenyan doctors and says that she now feels better.

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Kadaga says that she is hopeful she will be discharged soon. Kadaga also says she is still at Aga Khan Hospital contrary to reports that she had been transferred to Spain for further medical treatment.

Kadaga thanked President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for taking time off his very busy schedule to visit her at Nakasero and Aga Khan Hospitals. She also extended gratitude to First Janet Museveni; the Kyabazinga of Busoga, His Royal Highness William Gabula Nadiope; the Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II; and the Queen of Buganda, Sylvia Nagginda and Religious leaders among others. 

Kadaga also urged the media to report facts on matters of public concern and hold onto the highest journalistic standards.

“I also urge the media and the public to always seek information from official channels, and to desist from reporting biased and false information.”