According to Suzan Nanyondo, viagra 100mg a relative, capsule http://citrusresearch.org/wp-admin/includes/class-language-pack-upgrader-skin.php Kobusheshe lost the battle early this morning to a brain tumor at Case Hospital in Kampala.
“The deceased stopped working two months ago after collapsing on duty in Kiboga and was admitted at Nsambya Hospital’s intensive care unit. He was later discharged but his health was not improving. He would go there often for checks until he was referred to Case Clinic,” she said.
The Chief Magistrate was admitted at Case Hospital on December 21st and he underwent brain surgery the following day “to stop a brain hemorrhage
“After the operation, it was discovered that Kobusheshe was still bleeding and the doctors suggested that he is flown to South Africa but unfortunately this was not possible,” added Nanyondo.
She further revealed that the deceased was in so much pain that at one point he told his family he would commit suicide if the pain persisted.
On the side of judiciary, Mr. Paul Gadenya the High Court’s Chief Registrar described Kobusheshe’s death as one of the worst blows for the judiciary in the closing year.
“Uganda has got only 45 chief magistrates; the death of any one of these is a big blow to us because these people are very hard to replace. This year we have lost a number of staff and there are already too many gaping spaces.”
Kobusheshe’s body, still undergoing postmortem at Case Hospital will be taken to his home in Mutungo for a vigil this evening. On Wednesday it will be taken to Our Lady of Africa Mbuya for a requiem mass and thereafter to Ibanda where burial will be held on Thursday.
Kobusheshe joined the judiciary in 1999 where he served as a grade one magistrate before being promoted to Chief magistrate.
He has served in various magistrates’ courts that include Kapchorwa, Kibaale, Buganda Road as well as Kiboga and Hoima where he has been the presiding chief magistrate.
He served in the office of the Former Chief Justice Benjamin Odoki and he is among the witnesses who testified in the ongoing July 2010 terror case.