Kica Emmanuel moved from his home in Nwoya together with his father Ojera Bazil to Gulu town with a major aim to see an eye doctor who is to determine what sightedness problem Emmanuel has. Recommending an appropriate glass for him so that his challenge of sitting too close to the blackboard in class is settled.
Emmanuel declared at the Radio that he wants to be a doctor because he loves sciences; Emmanuel who is in Primary five always grabs the first position in class.
Gulu main hospital Ophathalmogy eye specialist Dr Watmon Ben released a medical report after Examining Kica Emmanuel.
The Report Reveals that Kica Emmanuel has a very high shortsightedness, sadly that cannot be corrected but will require him to get a low vision aid just to help him magnify letters while reading or seeing the black board.
Dr Watmon said Emmanuel has about 5 different complications with his eyes beginning with the fear of the light which is natural with all Albinos and there is a complication also with his Macular and the Nerve that connects the brain is also abnormal.
The Doctor said it is a problem right from birth.
That there are only 3 eye clinics in Uganda that can help Kica to get a low vision aid where he named Mengo Hospital in Kampala, Ruharo hospital in Mbarara and St Benedictine eye hospital in Tororo hospital.