Speculations on the health of Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Kayihura have continued to spread like wild fire despite police maintaining he is okay and in Turkey on official duties.
Reacting on the speculations, Makerere University researcher, Stella Nyanzi said her prayers had finally been answered.
“I read about the serious illness and hospitalization of the Inspector General of Police, I burst into a dance of joy. Say what you may about my reflex action, but I honestly jumped rhythmically with an outburst of glee,” she shared on Facebook where she commands a huge following.
“I praised the God of my ancestors for avenging my oppressors. Behold, I am witnessing the very fulfilment of scriptures I read as a child. ‘Vengeance is mine,’ says the Lord your God.”
It ought to be remembered that Nyanzi was recently in prison for over a month for allegedly calling President Yoweri Museveni a pair of buttocks. Whereas it was believed she had been arrested on orders of the first lady, Janet Museveni, Kayihura came out and insisted he had sanctioned Nyanzi’s arrest.
Nevertheless, police spokesperson, Asan Kasingye came out yesterday and denied the speculations, saying they were false.
“The IGP is in very good health and is outside the country on work. The public should ignore these false stories and not be alarmed,” Kasingye wrote.
Meanwhile responding to Kasingye, Democratic Party (DP) president, Norbert Mao wondered why a person in good health would bother proving that he is not sick.
“Those in good health don’t have to say they’re in good health. The facts speak for themselves & the reverse is true,” Mao commented.