The bishop South Ankole diocese the Rt Rev Nathan Ahimbisibwe has reminded believers that everyone at one’s best state is nothing but just vapor.
Bishop Ahimbisibwe is now calling upon people to love and cooperate with each for the Kingdom of God after Earthly life.
He made remarks during the burial of late Kiconco Betty Nturanabo in Rweibaare cell, Bunyarugiri Central Division Ishaka-Bushenyi Municipality.
The late Kiconco was a daughter of canon Ketty Kapaasi of Ntungamo Municipality.
Bishop Ahimbisibwe thanked the people of Ntungamo District for solidarity they always shown others in time of happiness and sorrows.
While comforting the mourners, the emeritus bishop the Rt Rev Yonah Mwesigwa Katonene told them not to let their hearts be troubled rather believe in God saying that He is only the way, truth and life.
Bishop Katoneene noted that all people shall die but whoever accepts Jesus Christ shall have everlasting life like what late Kiconco Betty Ntura Nturanabo
Moses Nturanabo, described his dear wife, as a person who was loaded with love, trust, smile and above all God fearing and an intercessor.
Nturanabo hailed the late Kiconco for being hardworking, generous, calm and contented which enabled them to develop the family in 11 years of marriage.
Kapaasi who is also the Councillor of elderly Ntungamo District praised the people of Ntungamo district for assistance during the trying moment.
The late Kiconco Betty, 42, succumbed to cerebral vascular accident after she fainted and left a widower and a daughter, Chloe Karungi.