The Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago remains in hospital in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, where he was admitted on November 24.
Lukwago’s deputy, Doreen Nyanjura, said he “has registered tremendous improvement following an intensive and comprehensive medical management.”
In a media note this Wednesday morning, Nyanjura said “this tremendous improvement follows a collaboration of efforts between Aga Khan Hospital and Nairobi hospital where he is currently admitted.”
Lukwago has been undergoing treatment due to respiratory complications occasioned by an acute anaphylaxis.
The Mayor, who had to suspend his Mayoral campaigns, was referred to Aga Khan Hospital to have his condition further handled by Pulmonogists.
Nyanjura said Professor Godfrey Lule, a Ugandan consultant physician and Gastroenterologist who is highly sought after in Kenya and Professor Muhindi Wanjugu, a consultant Physician and chest expert are leading the medical team that is working on the Lord Mayor.
“We continue to extend our thanks to the team in Nairobi, the people of Kampala and Uganda in general for your efforts, sympathies and prayers as we hope for and look forward to the Lord Mayor’s quick recovery and return to Kampala,” said Nyanjura.