RECEIVING TREATMENT AT HOME

Jose Chameleone discharged from hospital

Ugandan musician had been hospitalised with pancreas and liver-related disorders.

In Summary

• The singer's spokesman later announced that the musician had been discharged and was doing well.

Chameleone.
Chameleone.
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Ugandan singer Jose Chameleone has been discharged from hospital.

The legendary singer was reported to have been in the ICU for days battling pancreas and liver-related disorder.

His wife confirmed the reports of his hospitalisation but dismissed claims the veteran musician was suffering from the above disorders.

She said Chameleone was battling H-Pylori, a common type of bacteria that grows in the digestive tract and has a tendency to attack the stomach lining.

The singer's spokesman later announced that the musician had been discharged and was doing well.

"Jose Chameleone was discharged and is being treated from home. He can now walk but given one month rest."

His wife had also asked fans to stop publicising a photo that showed Chameleone in critical condition while being attended to by his mother.

"Do you guys realise he has children far from him whose emotional well-being you and me should protect?"

"So I'm busy explaining to my child that Pylori is a bacterial infection that should clear with consistent treatment and you are all sharing a damn picture. Don’t we all have a happy picture of our favourite human?"