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Pallisa Woman MP Alupo dies at Mulago

RIP: Faith Alupo

RIP: Faith Alupo

Pallisa Woman MP Faith Alupo is dead. Alupo passed on today Tuesday from Mulago hospital. 

Alupo lost in the recently concluded ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party primaries to Kevin Kaala Ojinga.

Jacob Opolot the Pallisa County MP said that they are yet to find out the cause of death. He says that her death is a shock since she hasn’t been sick.

Hellen Kawesa the assistant director communication & public Affairs of parliament says that parliament will issue a statement regarding Alupo’s death. She says the cause of death is still being investigated.

Alupo came into parliament in June 2018 after the former Forum for Democratic Change's (FDC) Woman MP candidate for Pallisa, Catherine Achola was disqualified by the Electoral Commission from the race on grounds that the names she had used for nomination do not tally with those on her academic qualification.

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0 #1 Wooden K. 2020-09-15 15:57
This one died of Covid . RIP
While Museveni is obessesed with his life presidency nonsense , our people are dying of Covid is silence.

Two weeks ago , Matia Mujuzi Ssikabugaali died of Covid ,he was buried in Kyotera , but his family was told not to mention that the DP man had died of Covid.

It is also highly suspected that the proprietor of Quality Chemicals may have died of Corona.
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-1 #2 WADADA rogers 2020-09-15 21:51
I know it is a taboo in Africa to talk ill of a dead person but guys, just look at this woman, was she suffering from obesity or over eating, she is like a drum, how do you expect oxygen to move freely in her body, even blood would struggle to find space in the arteries.

Am sure the medical report will say high blood pressure or heart failure- cardiac arrest
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+5 #3 Kabinda 2020-09-16 17:40
Quoting WADADA rogers:
I know it is a taboo in Africa to talk ill of a dead person but guys, just look at this woman, was she suffering from obesity or over eating, she is like a drum, how do you expect oxygen to move freely in her body, even blood would struggle to find space in the arteries.

Am sure the medical report will say high blood pressure or heart failure- cardiac arrest


Look in the mirror.If you think you or your relatives are immune to death,think again .

Think about your sick joke as you desperately seek help at your own time.

This was someone's wife,daughter,mother or sister.Im not sure you would want someone to say that of your mother anyway..FOOL! Didn't they teach morals?
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-1 #4 Sabiti 2020-09-16 22:50
Well said, Kabinda. I am sure there are graves at Wadada's home and I am sure people lying in those graves did not die of obesity.

So, wadada, it is absolutely wrong to talk about the dead in that kind of tone!
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+1 #5 WADADA rogers 2020-09-16 23:49
Fellow fool, who says your opinion is better than others, shouldn't we say the truth- the African way because we fear to offend those left behind, when are people going to learn that it is good to be healthy, to avoid being amorphous, to eat to live and not to live to eat. Lets not hide our heads in the sand, what i said is true.

I retaliate my vie in my write up above and if you have any short coming, i will write the same about you upon your death. Thank you
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0 #6 True Ugandan 2020-09-17 10:08
Look in the mirror.If you think you or your relatives are immune to death,think again .

Think about your sick joke as you desperately seek help at your own time.

This was someone's wife,daughter,mother or sister.Im not sure you would want someone to say that of your mother anyway..FOOL! Didn't they teach morals?

What moral are you talking about? Where's moral taught anyway; WADADA rogers just stated the obvious.

As reported somewhere, if she died during childbirth, her appearance in the photo is not that of one who should risk giving birth.

See who's a BIG FOOL here?
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0 #7 Lakwena 2020-09-17 13:13
Because of the widespread poverty and unemployment in this forsaken country of ours; the pursuit of political offices has become a kill for and do or die in thing.

In other words, if it is true that the late Hon Alupo (RIP) was fit and well health-wise; it might have been the existential threat of poverty, which triggered a life threatening fit of stress.

I suppose the late saw in the faces of millions of Ugandans, especially in her constituency the self-evident dehumanizing poverty, which she could easily become a victim.

While we continue to shoulder on under life threatening uncertainty, may her soul be at peace.
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