By Watchdog reporter
Kitgum Woman Member of Parliament Beatrice Anywar has been referred to India for further treatment after involving in a nasty motor accident early this year. She has begged well-wishers to come for her rescue through fundraising in order to be able meet the medical bills.
Anywar who was involved in an accident in Potika in Lamwo district a month ago said doctors at Case Clinic where she has been receiving treatment for the last three weeks have sent her for further checks in India because they are not comfortable with some of the internal pains she is still feeling.
She explained that since she got the accident in Patiko, she has been in Case clinic where she has been receiving treatment and now she needs $4,000 approximately Shs14 million for treatment costs alone which is separate from what they require for the 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 involved Gilbert Arinaitwe on Entebbe road when he was pursuing me,” she said adding that she has written to the Speaker of Parliament but she has not yet received a response, calling on whoever can give support, to send to her.
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