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Okum loved and served the Lord

By Ronnie Kijjambu

Added 11th November 2020 11:24 AM

Eroni supported the gospel of Jesus Christ wholeheartedly, both physically and financially. She championed many gospel crusades and also nurtured many born-again preachers.

Okum loved and served the Lord

The late Eroni Ntulo Okum

Eroni supported the gospel of Jesus Christ wholeheartedly, both physically and financially. She championed many gospel crusades and also nurtured many born-again preachers.

CELEBRATING LIFE 

Eroni Ntulo Okum has gone, but her caring heart, generosity, and devotion to Jesus Christ will continue to prevail in people's hearts.  She has left a rich testimony that will always impact us.

Eroni supported the gospel of Jesus Christ wholeheartedly, both physically and financially. She championed many gospel crusades and also nurtured many born-again preachers.

Robinson Kigonya a brother to Okum, said she was a pillar in the family and a shoulder for everyone to lean on.

Tina Ziwa, Okum's a daughter-in-law said she was a great mother-in-law and a counsellor.

"We always consulted her on marriage issues and she gladly helped without judging. We used to refer to her as senga. As a devoted born-again Christian, she worked tirelessly to ensure no one is left in darkness," she said.

Sarah Nawova Lwembawo, Okum's sister said, "She fitted well in our late father's shoes. She provided, cared, and loved us as a father would have. We enjoyed every moment we had with her. We shall remember her for her love and generosity."

Catherine Poran, Okum's last born said her mother was strict but loving, she was like a sister to me. We talked about everything. She was a determined lady who never gave up on what she would put her mind on.

"You will always hold a special place in my heart. Rest in peace my mother," Poran said.

Okum was one of the first female prison officers in Uganda Prison service who retired at the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Prisons.

She was born to Rev. Bulasio Sempa and Mimosi Namale Sempa on November 13, 1934, and passed on October 19, 2020.

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