NTUNGAMO- The body of a former Makerere University graduate, Namara Emily Macura has been laid to rest in Ntungamo District amidst grief and tears.
Namara was laid to rest at her ancestral home in Kasana cell, Rugarama Sub County Ntungamo District.
Addressing the mourners, Saidat Muhereza the Rugarama Sub county Councilor advised the youth to engage and value education not only for their future benefit but for the community and the nation at large.
Muhereza went on to advise parents to ensure equal opportunities to their children and those of their neighbors in promoting harmony and humble living in their communities.
“My advice to the parents is that let’s give a fair treat to all the children whether our Biological ones and all those that we can access. This will create a favorable environment for a safe living in this country” Muhereza advised.
Mr. Vian Kaijukuru a brother to the deceased and the Rukungiri Municipality Western Division Youth Councillor advised the youth to invest in friends who can be there for them in such situations.
Mara’s father Billy Baryabasa praised her fallen daughter for she was down to earth, adorable and could hardly be found in any wrong.
He called upon the mourners not to be taken up by pride in all their daily endeavors.
Namara’s decomposing body was last week discovered in her house in Namugongo although her door was intact which seemed to many that she might have died a natural death.The late Namara was a former student of St. Joseph’s Girls Nsambya commonly known as JOGINSA and she had recently graduated from Makerere University with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work and Social Administration (SWASA).
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