Monday March 20 2017

Slain police spokesperson Kaweesi's widow to undergo C-Section on Wednesday

Ms Annet Kaweesi lays a wreath on her deceased

Ms Annet Kaweesi lays a wreath on her deceased husband's casket during the requiem mass at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Kigoowa on Sunday. Looking on (R) are her orphaned children. Photo by Stephen Otage 

By Agencies

Ms Annet Kaweesi, the widow to the slain Police spokesperson Andrew Felix Kaweesi is due to undergo a caesarean section on Wednesday, a day after his burial.
Ms Kaweesi is expecting their fourth child in a marriage that lasted 10 years.
Her brother Anthony Ssemuli told mourners in Lubaga Cathedral that the operation was already scheduled to take place by the time her husband, the late Andrew Felix Kaweesi was killed.

Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIGP) Kaweesi was killed alongside his bodyguard Kenneth Erau and Drive Godfrey Wambewo during an attack by unknown gunmen in Kulambiro, a suburb of Kampala. He will be laid to rest on Tuesday at his ancestral home in Kitwekyanjovu, Kyazanga, and Lwengo District.
A day after his burial, the widow will check into hospital for the operation. Annet last underwent C-section in 2012.

In her brief speech, Ms Kaweesi requested mourners to pray for her during the trying moment and enable her to raise the young orphans left in her custody. She praised her fallen husband saying that despite his busy schedule and the sacrifice he had to make for the nation, Kaweesi always made time for his family.