Ever since the retired Archbishop Cyprian Lwanga Kizito died from his bed, much rumor has been doing rounds asserting the fallen cleric was ‘murdered’, but how true is that? We have landed on a disturbing tweet of a one Sara Nalunga who alleges that the police boss Asan Kasingye knows what may have transpired.
According to word on these streets, retired and now deceased Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga was
allegedly murdered after he was visited by a delegation of police officers with a message of ‘remorse’ from the police boss Ochola. The tweet again suggests that, Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga was given a ‘face’ mask which lead to his death a month later.
Tweep Sara Nalunga went to her twitter handle and expressed her suspicion saying “A retired
Catholic Archbishop received a delegation of police, led by the political commissar Kasingye with
a message of ‘remorse’ from the #IGP Martin Okoth Ochola. A #face mask was given to the
retired Archbishop as a gesture of ‘regret ‘ a month later he died.” The tweet reads
However, our Times Investigative unit nullifies the allegations basing on the fact that, there is no logical connection between the Archbishop’s death and the “face” mask. Also, as there is tangible evidence about the said visit by the police delegation, there is no evidence that he was given a face mask.
More on this, Sara’s accusations awoke the sleeping lions as AIGP Asan Kasingye immediately responded to the accuser as he asked her, “Really?”, he further went ahead and promised her that she will face the law and explain everything to the judges.
“You will explain this in court of law!” AIGP Asan Kasingye quoted the tweet. Looks like the men in uniform are tired of being falsely accused, currently, we await to see what the court proceedings will impart on the current situation, either to verify or refute the accusations. And this Kizito Lwanga being murdered has hit differently.