By Felix Twinomugisha
The first lady also Minister of Education and sports Janet Kataaha Museveni has expressed her heartfelt condolences to the family of the Ntungamo Municipality MP Gerald Karuhanga over the death of his mother Jovah Kyomugisha Kafureeka.
The first ladyÂ joined family members, relatives and others who had flocked the home to mayor Ntungamo Municipality Jacob Kafureeka commonly known as Jack Jex in Mishenyi village Itojo parish Itojo sub county Ruhaama county Ntungamo district to sympathize with Jacob Kafureeka the father to Hon Gerald Karuhanga.
Ms Janet Museveni who personally visited the family on Sunday mid morning offered Shs5 million to the family of Jacob Kafureeka for burial expenses.
She urged the husband to the deceased to be prayerful and always petition to God everything he wants.
Jovah Kyomugisha Kafureeka aged 56 years, was diagnosed with colon cancer in India before she was referred to Germany two months ago.
She was announced dead on February 1st, 2020 in Germany where she was taken days ago.
The deceased was a daughter to the late Edward Kakutsyo who was one of the prominent pastoralists and business men in Ruyonza Rubaare in Rushenyi County.
Jacob Kafureeka described his late wife Kyomugisha as a blessing to the family noting that whatever he owns came from his wifeâ€™s family since she was from noble class.
Mayor Kafureeka commended her for being hospitable and generous noting that she produced, nurtured and educated their biological children plus many others fostered ones who are very vital in the country.
When contacted on phone from Germany, Hon Gerald Karuhanga and his sister Nyesiga Joan described the death of their mother as darkness at noon noting that she was a source of everything in their lives.
Karuhanga noted they expected to bring body on Thursday and thereafter, the burial arrangement would be communicated.
The deceased left 9 children and grand children.
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