- Judith Nakintu left for Saudi Arabia in 2019, but months later, she lost contact with her family who were later informed that she had been involved in an accident
- Nakintu returned home recently to the shock of her family members who were devastated to see her in a wheelchair and struggling to talk because of partial paralysis
- They took her for a medical examination after her arrival, and doctors found out that her right kidney had been removed
A family in Uganda is reeling from shock after a medical examination on their daughter who returned from Saudi Arabia showed her right kidney had been removed.
Thirty-eight-year-old Judith Nakintu underwent a mysterious surgery while in Saudi and her employer only told her that she had sustained injuries in an accident.
A report by the BBC indicated that the mother of five returned home in a wheelchair and to the shock of her family members, she was also struggling to speak as she was partially paralysed.
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It is until her mother took her to the hospital for further examination, that doctors discovered the right kidney was missing.
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Speaking to the press, police in Uganda said Nakintu's Saudi Arabian's employer had doctored the medical reports to show that all her internal organs were intact.
How did it happen?
The Ugandan woman does not remember how and when her organ was removed but all she recalls was that her Saudi boss accompanied her to the hospital for what she had been told would be COVID-19 vaccination.
NTV Uganda reported that upon arrival to the hospital, she lost consciousness and that must be when her kidney was removed without her consent.
Her employer lied to her after she woke up from the surgery that she had been involved in an accident.
She noticed that she had strange scars on her body which she could not quite explain.
Nakintu arrived in Saudi Arabia in 2019 and a few months after she started working for her employer who has since been identified as Sadaffa Muhamed, she lost touch with her family.
Investigations into incident
The police in the Yoweri Museveni-led nation said they are waiting on the attorney general's guidance on whether there are sufficient grounds to charge the agency's directors of conniving with foreign nationals.
"With such medical evidence, which was sharply contradicting with what was presented as fake, it makes it easy for us to fast-track the process of prosecution," Charles Twine, the CID police spokesperson said adding investigations into the case were complete.
Man who returned broke from abroad gets N1.5m
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man who returned broke from abroad had been gifted with N1.5 million.
In a new exclusive video, the man could not hold back tears after Legit TV correspondent, Damilare Okunola, informed him that a kind man, Xolane Ndhlovu, founder and chairman of DafriGroup, sent him the sum of N1.5m.
Mr Iken went straight on the floor and sat speechless, mumbling nothingness for some seconds in utter shock at what he just heard.