So Sad: Girl Battles For Life After Being Knocked Down By Presidential Convoy Truck

So Sad: Girl Battles For Life After Being Knocked Down By Presidential Convoy Truck

By Ivan Mwine

A girl identified Phionah Rukundo, aged 28 years, is battling for her life after she was reportedly knocked down last year by a pickup truck that was part of the presidential convoy.

According to sources, Rukundo was  knocked down on  December 29th, 2021  by  army truck  as she rode on a Boda-boda.
Phionah Rukundo shows her amputated arm

Following the nasty accident, Rukundo sustained a broken arm that was later amputated, although the boda-boda guy is said to have passed on.

The SFC pickup truck that knocked down Rukundo and the boda-boda rider

We have since established that all efforts by Rukundo’s family to seek assistance from the  Special Forces Command (SFC) and the State House have since landed on deaf ears.

Rukundo told our reporter that she has been bedridden  for several months and her family has since run out of money to cater for her medical bills yet officials at the State House decided to turn a blind eye to her plight.

Phionah Rukundo in hospital

As you read this, Rukundo and her family members are trying to raise the funds for the surgery because State House has since failed to render any form of assistance.

Rukundo and the boda-boda rider the day they were knocked down

Rukundo, who is being helped by a nongovernmental organisation (NGO) called Dolphin Fund to raise money for her medical bills, appeals to all Good Samaritans to comes to her rescue by donating money towards her cause through the following mobile phone numbers 0709560532, and 0755551537.

She is in dire need of money to pay for surgery on the amputated arm and to purchase a prosthetic limb.

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