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IHK doctor applied for annual leave five days before going missing

Dr Catherine Agaba, a doctor attached to International Hospital Kampala (IHK) who went missing on April 13 initially lost contact with her employers several days before.

According to IHK management, Dr Agaba applied for annual leave on Tuesday April 9, and that was the last they heard from her. The hospital confirms that Agaba is a medical officer at the facility.

“We appeal to anyone who has any useful information regarding her disappearance or whereabouts to report to IHK Human Resource Office or the nearest Police Station,” a statement from IHK reads.

According to posters announcing her disappearance on April 13, Dr Agaba, a Member of Uganda Medical Association, is 5’4”, brown and weighs about 42 kilogrames.

Agaba first practiced at Nsambya Hospital from October 2016 to October 2017, before moving to IHK.  She graduated at Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST).

Meanwhile another person, a seven year old Ssenyondo Suudayisi has been missing since for a month now. The child reportedly disappeared from his parents in Kikajjo-Masaja, Makindye on March 17

 

 

 

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[source: https://nilepost.co.ug/2019/04/19/ihk-doctor-applied-for-annual-leave-five-days-before-going-missing/]

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