FORMER NTARE SCHOOL HEADTEACHER’S HOME ON FIRE OVER PROPERTY ONE YEAR AFTER HIS DEATH
By Aggrey Twesigye
The family of Late Humphrey Ahimbisibwe, the former Headmaster Ntare School in Mbarara is at war over property one year after his death.
Ahimbisibwe a former head teacher at Bweranyangi Girls’, Ntare School among others died last year and left a huge legacy in the education sector in Uganda.
However, just one year of his resting, the family members are already conflicting over his property. His wife Rest Akiki Ahimbisibwe and his elder son Kenneth Tumusiime Ahimbisibwe cannot see eye to eye, according to sources.
Sources have revealed that the two have misunderstandings about the will which was left with the eldest son Tumusiime as Heir.
www.mknewslink.com has discovered that there is a case in court that was filed by the mother Akiki challenging the Will on grounds that there are two people who were wrongly put as executors of the family.
It is alleged that the late Ahimbisibwe included in the will the two children he had produced with another woman which Akiiki does not support.
Sources have told www.mknewslink.com that last week, the family had organized a function for the launch of his book which the late had written before he died, unfortunately the function flopped and surprisingly, the wife of the late Ahimbisibwe (Akiki) also shunned the function.
According to Tumusime, much as the function did not go successfully, he accomplished his Dad’s will and interest of launching his book.
The late had wrote a book about “managing strikes in secondary schools” but he had not launched it before he died.
Tumusime said that people did not turn up as they expected because her Mum contacted a number of them influencing them not to attend this function as she was not part of it and some of her children.
None of Ahimbisibwe’s children attended this function apart from Tumusime who was the organizer. The book was finally launched at Adit Mall by Pastor Silas Tayebwa of King of Kings Church.
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