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Juliana Kanyomozi slams Uganda’s poor health system

Juliana Kanyomozi

In the last two months, Juliana Kanyomozi has revealed so much that she had kept to herself for many years.

During the Tusker Conversessions, she talked about how a lost child can never be replaced and how it is disrespectful for people to say the first son is the father of her child.

Well yesterday, the musician came out and talked about Uganda’s health system which she says contributed to the death of her first child.

Juliana said that the poor health conditions in Uganda forced her to fly her son to Nairobi where he passed on.

“Partly why my son passed was because our health system in Uganda couldn’t cater to his needs at that time. I had to find ways to try and save him. That is why I took him to Kenya. Don’t you think it hurts me that I couldn’t save my son? Of course, even God came into play because his time had reached. When I was going to Kenya, my son’s doctor told me that we do not have the facilities that can help your son in Uganda. Please take him to Kenya,” she said in a live video feed.

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