Ugandans have expressed concern on the health of second deputy prime minister Gen Moses Ali after a video showing him uncomfortable went viral.
A clip from a video recorded by state broadcaster UBC shows Gen Ali looking unwell and shifting uncomfortably in his chair.
The video was captured during a special sitting of parliament at Kololo Independence Grounds where Anita Among was elected speaker and Thomas Tayebwa deputy speaker.
The video left some with questions on the health condition of the elderly deputy prime minister.
Others suggested that Ali should retire since he was old.
Gen Ali is aged 82.
He is the East Moyo MP and won a five-year term a year ago.
At the end of his current term, he will be 86.
Read some of the comments below:
When is the right time to retire?
Alhajji Gen Moses Ali Mp for East Moyo County Ajumani District.
We should pray for him bambi pic.twitter.com/ij6hTK13s7
— Harunah Kiyemba🇺🇬🇺🇬 (@harunakiye) March 25, 2022
The Deputy prime minister Moses Ali is also unwell . He needs to be in specialised health facility not seated at Kololo in a tent pic.twitter.com/2mHOTXsdxD
— Marion #StandingWithUkraine 🇺🇦 (@MarionKafuko) March 25, 2022
Something is not sitting right with this man
Deputy Prime Minister Moses Ali? pic.twitter.com/Efordn6ZaW
— Musinguzi Elly 🐇 (@EllyMemes_) March 26, 2022
Is all well with General Moses Ali? pic.twitter.com/KAySLMipLG
— Remmy Bahati (@BahatiRemmy) March 25, 2022