BWERANYANGI GIRLS’, PLUS TWO HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER LAID TO REST AFTER DEADLY ACCIDENT
By Wilber Muhwezi Kasibante
A teacher at Bweranyangi Girls’ secondary school, who was knocked on Saturday night has been laid to rest at his father’s home in Nyamiko, Nyakabirizi division, Bushenyi Ishaka municipality.
The late Nicholas Turyamusiima who was riding a motorcycle was knocked by yet to be known speeding vehicle at around 2am near Premier hotel in Bushenyi town.
According to the father John Kanyinondi, he was rushed to Kampala International University teaching hospital but his conditions deteriorated and was referred to Mbarara referral hospital where he died the following day.
Mzee Kanyonondi described his late son as disciplined child who respected his parents, relatives and the community.
He pledged to look after the widow and see the children through schools plus other family needs.
He hailed the head teacher of Bweranyangi Girls’ Secondary School Ms. Juliet Muzoora for giving his son a job without demanding any bribe challenging other leaders to emulate Ms. Muzoora and be corrupt free.
According to the head teachers of Bweranyangi girls and Plus Two high School where he has been teaching agriculture Nicholas Turyamusima has been hardworking, soft spoken and brilliant.
Yesterday prayers were held at Bweranyangi Girls secondary school for the teachers, students and community to say bye bye to him officially.
The mayor Bushenyi Ishaka municipality Richard Byaruhanga called upon the public to get involved in parish development model so that they get out of poverty.
Late teacher Nicholas survived by a pregnant widow and two children.
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