What Killed Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga? Here is the Whole Truth

KAMPALA – Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga has passed on today’s morning. The late, Cyprian Kizito Lwanga was born on 19th, January 1953 appointed an archbishop on August,19th 2006. He has today on 3rd April, 2021 passed on. But what killed him? here is the truth

More so, he has been the chair of Uganda Joint Christian Council. The sad news came in this afternoon after the Archdiocese of Kampala sorrowfully confirmed his death in a letter written by Fr. Pius Male.

With deep sorrow, I hereby inform you that our beloved shepherd, the Archbishop of Kampala
Archdiocese His Grace Cyprian Kizito Lwanga had been called to the house of the lord, the Archbishop was found dead in his own house this morning. We pray that the almighty and Merciful God may Grant him eternal rest.” Fr. Pius Male revealed.

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But what really killed Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga? Here is the truth.

This is a question that is in everyone’s head, pondering on the answers but nothing. This website has however learnt that, the late died a natural death. This is because he has not been sick, not been ill in any way and above all, he has not been having any health complaints in the past months.

This comes in to rub away the speculations that are making rounds on Social Media that he was killed! No any medical report that has confirmed any poison in his body, and if the forensics reports comes out asserting so, still we shall know the truth. But of now, he died a natural death.

The late last appeared to the public yesterday at Namirembe Cathedral where he led the way of
the cross. May his soul Rest in Eternal Peace.


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