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Politicians pay respect to NjubaPublish Date: Dec 17, 2013
Politicians pay respect to Njuba
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Sam Njubas remains arrive at parliament. Photo/Abu Mwesigwa
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By Vision Reporter

Governement officials and members of parliament have paid theeir respects to departed FDC chairman Sam Kalega Njuba.

Njuba succumbed to succumbed to intestinal complications for which he has been in and out of Nsambya hospital since June this year. His remains were taken to parliament today for MPs to pay their respects.

On Monday his remains were taken to FDC party offices in Najjanankumbi where officials paid their last respects. New Vision captured the moments in pictures.

The casket bearing Sam Njuba's remains arrives at FDC party offices for a memorial on Monday.
Photo/Tony Rujuta

The hearse bearing Njuba's remains arrives at parliament on Tuesday for MPs to pay their last respects.
Photo/Abu Mwesigwa

Deputy Speaker of parliament Jacob Oulanya signs a condolence book for Sam Njuba while Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi and Leader of Opposition in parliament Nandala Mafabi wait for their turn. Photo/Abu Mwesigwa

(l-r) Amanya Mushega, former FDC party president Kizza Besigye, his successor Mugisha Muntu and FDC general secretary Alice Alaso during the memorial at Najjanankumbi.  Photo/Tony Rujuta

Former FDC party president Kizza Besigye lays a wreath on the casket containing Njuba's remains during the memorial at Najjanankumbi.  Photo/Tony Rujuta

Amanya Mushega lays a wreath on the casket containing Njuba's remains during the memorial at Najjanankumbi
Photo/Tony Rujuta

FDC party general secretary Alice Alaso lays a wreath on the casket containing Njuba's remains during the memorial at Najjanankumbi. Photo/Tony Rujuta

 

Leader of Opposition in parliament Nandala Mafabi ays a wreath on the casket containing Njuba's remains during the memorial at Najjanankumbi. Photo/Tony Rujuta

 

 

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