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Catholic priest dies mysteriously
Publish Date: Apr 12, 2014
Catholic priest dies mysteriously
The late Fr. Jude Kyaterekera
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By Juliet Lukwago                 

A Catholic Priest, Fr Jude Kyaterekera, who had served for only four years since he was ordained has died suddenly.
 
Fr Kyaterekera was the Parish Priest of Holy Family Parish Namayumba,  Kampala Archdiocese.
 
According to the residences, Fr. Kyatereka yesterday morning informed them that he was not feeling well and he drove to a nearby clinic where he was given an injection.
 
However, the condition got worse and was rushed to Mulago hospital where he died.
 
Fr Kyatereka had served for only five years since he was ordained as a priest by Archbishop of Kampala Dr Cyprian Kizito Lwanga at the Sacred Heart of Mary Cathedral, Lubaga in August, 2010.
 

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