BUSHENYI- One of the Oldest men, businessman and farmer, Lay Canon Zabron Rushambuza, a strong pillar of development in Bushenyi District, has died at the age of 93 years.
Muzei Rushambuza also known as Ayimukama’s death was announced ON sunday morning October 25th 2020 by the Acting Secretary General of Abagoma clan Rev. Ben Jackson Bitungirwe.
Rev Bitungirwe said that Rushambuza died at his home in Ntungamo village, Nyakabirizi in Bushenyi-Ishaka Municipality and arrangements for his burial will be announced later today.
Canon Rushambuza was the reigning Chairman of Abatizi ba Bagoma from Kyeitembe village in Bushenyi and was described as a man who, loved people, loved his country and most of all loved God.
It’s known in West Ankole Diocese that Rushambuza loved religion and was the one behind the construction of the gigantic Nyakabirizi Church of Uganda.
It’s also known that Rushambuza who had not attained formal education was the first person to start brick making in Greater Bushenyi whose products are known to have built most of the structures in the District and he was among the first people to build a storied house in Bushenyi Town.
The Lay Canon Rushambuza is said to have been one of the first people to have own Friesian cow in Uganda. May his soul Rest in Eternal Peace.
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