DP Secretary General Mathias Nsubuga is Dead

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Elvis Kintu, the DP Capacity Strengthening Coordinator told URN last evening that Nsubuga was rushed to Case Clinic in Kampala on Friday after suffering a stroke at Mukono Bookshop in Kampala.

Mathias Nsubuga, the Democratic Party-DP Secretary General is dead. Nsubuga suffered a stroke on Friday and passed away on Sunday evening at Case Clinic in Kampala.

Elvis Kintu, the DP Capacity Strengthening Coordinator told URN last evening that Nsubuga was rushed to Case Clinic in Kampala on Friday after suffering a massive stroke at Mukono Bookshop in Kampala.
 
Prior to Nsubuga's, death Kintu told URN that the former Bukoto South MP could neither talk, eat nor move his body. He said doctors had carried out MRI- Magnetic resonance imaging tests to establish the cause of the stroke.

In his Facebook post, Norbert Mao, the DP President, says DP has lost a clean hearted man. The Masaka Municipality MP, Mathias Mpuuga, says the death of Nsubuga is a very big loss to his family, the Democratic Party, Masaka and Lwengo district in particular.

"Honorable Nsubuga has been around, his death is the most unfortunate, he should have been around to see the change he so much desired come to bare in this country", said MP Mpuuga.
 
Mpuuga also noted that Nsubuga's death should be a lesson to the Democratic Party.

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Mpuuga also noted that while in the Ninth parliament, the late Nsubuga was passionate on human rights and trade among other issues.
 
 
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Nsubuga will be buried on Thursday in Masaka.

 

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Olive Nakatudde
Olive Nakatudde is a URN journalist based in Kampala. Nakatudde has been a URN staff member since 2013.

Nakatudde started out in journalism in 2009 with Dembe FM radio in Kampala. In 2012, Nakatudde joined Voice of Africa as a political reporter. She has been a photographer since her journalism school days at Makerere University.

Nakatudde is interested in good governance and public policy, which she reports on intensively from the Uganda Parliament. She is a keen follower of cultural affairs in Buganda Kingdom and covers the kingdom's Lukiiko (parliament). Nakatudde also reports on education and health.