By Arinda Nsheeka Wilfred
The Bishop south Ankole Diocese the Rt Rev Nathan Ahimbisibwe has advised Ugandans ‘not to add their sorrows to others’, because everyone has their own problems.
However, the bishop comforted believers that all their burdens and sorrows were taken away by Jesus Christ when he died on the cross.
He made these comforting words on Wednesday during the burial of late Arnold Kwesiga, the son to chief administrative officer (CAO) Ntungamo district Ananias Kweyamba Ruhemba in Butega Kagarama Town council Kajara county Ntungamo district.
Kwesiga was a maters in law student at University of Nairobi and an advocate of the high court in Kenya. The 28-year-old was found dead in in room after reportedly committing suicide.
In his preaching words, Venerable Rev canon James Ndyanabo Rutaraka (RTD) asked mourners to be humble and avoid bickering but seek and serve God because no one knows moment, second, hour, month of one’s death accept the only almighty.
Rev Canon Rutaraka told them that even the wisest men on the Universe have failed to know what shall kill one and where one will be.
Hon Kweronda Ruhemba noted that his nephew was humble and hardworking lawyer who served his clients diligently in Kenya.
In his eulogy the CAO Kweyamba and his wife Jessica described the death of their son as ‘unfortunate’ saying that for God’s case no appeal.
Kweyamba said that his son Kwesiga was generous, friendly, very handsome and committed servant to the advocate of the high court in Kenya . He was planning to take dowry (Enjugano) for his Kenyan fiancé in February 2019.
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