Cerinah Nebanda was a young Ugandan politician whose death at the age of 24, in December 2012, sparked political controversy. A government chemist's post-mortem report stated that cocaine, heroin, alcohol and several other chemicals were found in Nebanda's blood, gut and tissue samples.[1] However, at Nebanda's funeral, the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga rejected this government report.[2] Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni then spoke out to deny that the National Resistance Movement -- the political party of both himself and Nebanda -- had killed her.[3]


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