Late Archbishop Kizito Cyprian Lwanga Died of Heart Attack – Report

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The Archbishop of Kampala, Kizito Cyprian Lwanga was on Saturday morning found lifeless in his house. His sudden death came with so many questions as Ugandans thought that someone participated in taking his life. And finally, a postmortem report about his death explains the cause of his death.

And, to answer all the questions and clear the air about his death, , their was a postmortem examination done on Saturday. And today Mulago Hospital released the long awaited results. Which in turn broke people’s hearts and nearly left everyone tearing.

The result show that the His Grace Cyprian Kizito Lwanga succumbed a heart attack which claimed his life. The postmortem report states that, the cause of his death was Ischemic heart disease following
coronary artery thrombosis, (the heart attack due to a blood clot in the heart vessels).

In the press release by the Archdiocese of Kampala the church is in agreement with results from the postmortem examination. They say the results are consistent with the previous known history of illness that his Grace the Archbishop Kizito Lwanga had.

Not to leave people with any doubt or may be thinking that the results were fabricated, the postmortem examination was conducted by four senior pathologists in the presence of two representatives of the family and two physicians delegated by the Church.

Eternal Rest grant unto Him, O lord, let the perpetual light shine upon him, may his soul and the
souls of all the faithful departed through the Mercy of God Rest In Peace Archbishop Kizito Cyprian Lwanga.


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Elijah Mutabuza

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