BBC presenter Alan Kasujja has showered God, his friends and family for helping him go through a life-saving surgery.
Last year, Kasujja, the lead presenter of BBC News Day underwent open heart surgery, which is basically an procedure where the chest is cut open and an operation performed on the muscles, valves or arteries.
Kasujja say it has been “a year of deep reflection and a lot of gratitude” and that “the scars remind me of my resilience and fortitude. Scars of victory!”
“And if I can survive this, YOU can survive ANYthing! I’m grateful to God for this testimony!” he said in a Twitter thread.
He then thanked the following people for helping him in different ways:
I’m forever grateful to Mr Christopher Young- the best heart surgeon in London- and his team at Guy’s and St Thomas’.
Also my very attentive cardiologist Dr Yaso Emmanuel. Angela- the Zambian nurse who led a caring ICU team and the amazing staff on Doulton Ward.
For those who stood in the gap for me with fervent prayers and supplications- Pastor Gideon Nash of South Street Baptist Church, Edisa, Sasha, Aboluganda, Muscles Mens Fellowship, Susan Nsibirwa… those that I don’t know.. Thank You!
Finally, grateful my family for taking care of me at my time of most need.. and covenant brothers Muhoozi Kainerugaba, Cedric Babu Ndilima and Ted Kwaka for creating spaces that allowed me to be vulnerable especially before my operation.