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Kidney Of Single Mother Of Five ‘Stolen’ Left Partially Paralyzed In Saudi Arabia




The kidney of a Ugandan woman has reportedly been ‘stolen’ under unclear circumstances while working in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

This came after 38-year-old Judith Nakintu, had been employed by Nile Treasure Gate Company, based in Kiwatule, a Ugandan city suburb, as an housemaid to work in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

The mother of five who had only recently separated from her husband arrived in Jeddah on December 12, 2019.

Two months after she had left, her family was informed that she was involved in an accident, although no further details were given.

Her family received information that she was in a critical condition, when they demanded photographs from her boss, he reportedly blocked them.

There was no information about Nakintu’s condition, until October 30, 2021, when Nile Treasure Gate Company called Judith’s family, informing them, she would land at Entebbe International Airport.

Upon arriving in Uganda, she was taken to Mulago National Referral Hospital for a medical check-up. It was at Mulago that they learnt that she underwent a ‘mysterious surgery’ while in Jeddah and that her right kidney was missing.

Kadichi said when they met her, her left side was paralyzed and she could not speak well, although she recognized them. It was further alleged that there are medical letters from Jeddah explaining her condition and they are contradictory.

In an interview, Nakintu said she was taken to the hospital by her boss who claimed she was to get vaccinated for Covid-19. She got injected there and lost consciousness which she later regained after some time.

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The single mother said she doesn’t know what happened to her but she noticed she had some unexplained scars on her.