Former Operation Wembley chief Brigadier Elly Kayanja who was recently hospitalized is believed to have been poisoned after huge quantities of toxic substances were found in his body, according to a medical expert.
The expert who did not specify what kind of “toxins” doctors found in the brigadier.
“We found substantial quantities of poisonous substances in Brigadier Kayanja’s blood,” the expert said.
“The poisonous substances gradually rendered his vital internal organs dysfunctional,” the specialist added.
Several medical specialists, including one nephrologist, two physicians, two intensivists and a hematologist are now working on the brigadier.
The CASE Medical Centre public relations officer, Mr Bobil Williams, yesterday declined to comment on the matter.
Brig. Kayanja was admitted at the medical facility three weeks ago after collapsing with doctors established that Brig. Kayanja suffered multiple organ failure and breathing impairment later.
Famous for his operation Wembley raids to that saw the reduction of crime in the country, brigadier kayanja was recently cited on the list of Disgruntled and grassing Ugandan Generals.