Patience Muhangi, wife to fallen motor race champion Charles Muhangi on Friday revealed that her husband lived for a long time in fear for his own life because he was awarethat his life was in danger.
At some point, Charles feared for his security, she said. But for me, beingbornagain, I told him that I trusted in Gods protection, more than in mans protection.
Ms Muhangi said her husband didnt like her counseling and that he accused her of being in denial
Muhangi died at his house on Thursday morning, having spent a better part of the night with his friends and seemingly healthy.
Police, who initially took on investigations of the circumstances leading to his death, yesterday ruled out foul play stating that Muhangi died of natural courses.
.According to Ms Muhangi her husband at one point intended to take their children out of the country, for their own safety.
At the time of his death, Muhangi was engaged in a clash with tycoon Drake Lubega over the ownership of Qualicell Building in Kampala.
However, Ms Muhangi did not make anyattemptto connect this to his death as many claim, though she noted that it somehow affected his healthy.
You all know what has been going on for a month. It took a toll on his health. He spent many nights at the (bus) park, coming home at 3 or 4. His health kept on being depleted until yesterday.
Ms Muhangi said that the businessman returned home at around 2am on Thursday and woke up at 5 am to go back to work.
When I work up at 5 he was in the shower, she narrated.
Muhangi later pulled a gadget to measure hisbloodpressure because he has been diabetic for the last 20 years and was managing it with Insulin according to his wife.
Patience says as it dawned, she had an argument with her husband about the readings of the gadget.
While she saw 44, Muhangi insisted it was reading 4.4, but since he had sight problem she decided to let him be.
Ms Muhangi said she then set out in the morning to go get her daughter from schoolin Gayaza for the holidays, leaving the young children playing with their fathers phone as they usually did.
Later on, as she pulled into the school compound, she said she received a call from her youngest son, they were pushing their dad and shaking him but he is not moving; he is not breathing.
She then instructed the kids to run and call the neighbors, who responded quickly, including one Dr Lwanga who confirmed that Muhangi was dead.
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