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Vision Group former employee Kitandwe mourned

By Mathias Mazinga

Added 22nd October 2019 06:03 PM

Ashe Kitandwe, the deceased's son, thanked Robert Kabushenga, the CEO of Vision Group for not only employing Kitandwe but also loving him.

Vision Group former employee Kitandwe mourned

The late Apollo Muwanga Kitandwe. Photos by Mathias Mazinga

Ashe Kitandwe, the deceased's son, thanked Robert Kabushenga, the CEO of Vision Group for not only employing Kitandwe but also loving him.

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KAMPALA  - Hundreds of Christians, relatives, and friends today (Tuesday) gathered at Martyrs Anglican Church, Nateete, in Kampala to bid farewell to Apollo Muwanga Kitandwe, a former employee of Vision Group, who died from heart-related complications on Sunday (October 20) at the age of 65.

The funeral service was presided over by the Rev William Ssekitooleko (from Masajja Church of Uganda), who represented the Archdeacon of Nateete, Venerable Godfrey Buwembo. Anglican clerics such as Rev. Abraham Lubega Kisaakye, Rev Moses Kayemba, Rev. Paul Nsubuga, and Rev. Samuel Katabula, also graced the function.

 ev illiam sekitooleko secondleft ev braham ubega isaakye right and some layreaders laying a wreath on the casket on behalf of ateete nglican artyrs hurch Rev. William Ssekitooleko (second-left), Rev Abraham Lubega Kisaakye (right) and some lay-readers laying a wreath on the casket on behalf of Nateete Anglican Martyrs Church

 
Among those who eulogised Kitandwe was David Nkaada, his long-time friend and former workmate at Vision Group, who spoke highly of his friendly disposition and commitment to work.

In a message delivered for her by Dorah Kiggundu, Ritah Kitandwe, the widow, thanked the relatives, friends, the Christians of Nateete Martyrs Church and all people of goodwill for their friendship, love, and support.

 itah itandwe left being helped by her relatives to lay a wreath on the casket of her late husband Ritah Kitandwe (left) being helped by her relatives to lay a wreath on the casket of her late husband

 
Ashe Kitandwe, the deceased's son, thanked Robert Kabushenga, the CEO of Vision Group for not only employing Kitandwe but also loving him. He also thanked the family of Vision Group for their love and solidarity towards the family.

Subsequent to the funeral service at Nateete, Muwanga's body was buried at Nabbingo, in Wakiso district.

 she itwandwe right  eulogizes his father during the funeral service ith him are his siblings var akiganda left and etra vi abachwa Ashe Kitwandwe (right) eulogizes his father during the funeral service. With him are his siblings: Ivar Nakiganda (left) and Ketra Avi Nabachwa

  section of mourners during the funeral service A section of mourners during the funeral service
 
 orothy iggundu right delivering the thanksgiving message of the widow itah itandwe fourthleft Dorothy Kiggundu (right) delivering the thanksgiving message of the widow, Ritah Kitandwe (fourth-left)

 

 on rancis arnabas onahasa from ibuku district eulogises the late pollo uwanga itandwe  Hon Francis Barnabas Gonahasa (from Kibuku district) eulogises the late Apollo Muwanga Kitandwe

 

 avid kaada a longtime friend and former workmate of the late pollo uwanga itandwe delivers his message David Nkaada, a long-time friend and former workmate of the late Apollo Muwanga Kitandwe delivers his message

 

 ev illiam sekitooleko delivers his homily Rev. William Ssekitooleko delivers his homily

 

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