Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago has been discharged from Aga Khan hospital in Nairobi, Kenya where he was admitted weeks ago after his condition deteriorated.
Lukwago has returned back to Kampala today Monday 7th December.
Lukwago says it has been a horrible experience but thanks the Lord for giving him another chance to live.
“A horrifying experience it has been, but I’m glad that finally I’m out of the woods and now back on my feet. Glory be to the Lord for his grace, blessings and gift of life,” Lord mayor said.
He also thanked a team of doctors who made sure he gets back his strength.
“A great deal of gratitude owed to the various team of physicians, pulmonologists and health workers particularly, Professor Godfrey Lule, Dr Muhindi Wanjugu and collegaues at Nairobi hospital, Dr Hassan Ali Salim and the entire team at Agha Khan hospital Nairobi, Dr William Wolodria, Dr Hassan Ssozi and Collegaues at Mulago Dr Ssekitoleko, Dr Mutakirwa, Dr Mathias Senyondo and the entire team at Lubaga hospital, Tendo etc.” he appreciates.
Additionally, Lukwago thanked well-wishers and symphasisers saying that he has been touched by their love, care and concern.
On 2nd December Lord mayor Erias Lukwago was taken To Nairobi Kenya for further treatment on reference by Ugandan medical specialists after different medical attempts failed to achieve desired results.
He was diagnosed with lung parenchymal/pulmonary vascular dysfunction and forced Spirometry or forced Breathing.