The suspected burglars reportedly went with a dozen of Nakugudo’s belongings including her reliable tricycle wheelchair.
“I have no legs, that wheelchair has been me legs, my children who entirely rely on me will not get food and other necessities anymore,” Nakugudo told a journalist.
Nakugudo’s sister-in-law, Zaina Nawaga said due to the theft, she was unable to go to her workplace at Kyagalanyi coffee where she gets her daily bread
Nakugudo describes her missing wheelchair as black in color with spotted blue handles.
The two are now asking whoever sees this stolen wheelchair to report to the nearby police station or the local news network.