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Brig. Kayanja collapses, under intensive care
Publish Date: Jan 31, 2013
Brig. Kayanja collapses, under intensive care
Brigadier Elly Kayanja
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By Chris Kiwawulo    
                      
Brigadier Elly Kayanja has been admitted to hospital after he collapsed.


Sources close to the brigadier said he collapsed and he was rushed to Case Clinic before he was transferred to Nakasero hospital.

"He is admitted and he is under intensive care. He has a heart problem," a fellow senior officer who preferred anonymity said.

The former assistant coordinator of intelligence agencies was in a recent reshuffle deployed to Bombo General Army headquarters.

 

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