Beatrice Anywar referred to India for treatment


Kitgum Woman Member of Parliament Beatrice Anywar has asked well-wishers to come to her rescue and raise money for her treatment in India where doctors have referred her.

Speaking in an interview on Tuesday, Ms Anywar who was involved in an accident in Potika,  Lamwo District a month ago said doctors at Case Clinic where she has been receiving have referred her to India for further checks because they are not comfortable with the internal pain she is still feeling.

“I still feel sharp internal pain in the face, the back and shoulders and the doctors say they are not satisfied. So, they have advised me to go to India for further treatment,” she said.

Ms Anywar said she needs $4,000 (Shs14 million) for treatment cost which is separate from air tickets and upkeep while in India.

“This is the third accident I am getting. The first one was when I was taking the peace torch to Juba, the second one which was the worst was when Gilbert Arinaitwe was pursuing me on Entebbe Road,” she said.

Ms Anywar said she has written to the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga regarding the issue.

 Mr Chris Obore, the director communications at Parliament said he was not aware that she has written

 “If she has written to Parliament, then I am sure Parliament has written to the medical board which must sanction her travel then we  shall process her benefits because she is entitled as a senior legislator,” he said.

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