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Police Prevents Ugandan Legislator From Seeking Medical Treatment Abroad

Uganda police has blocked a legislator, Francis Zaake from travelling abroad to seek medical treatment for injuries he sustained during military detention two weeks ago. But is there more than meets the eye?

Police Prevents Ugandan Legislator From Seeking Medical Treatment Abroad
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