Kyambogo student killed by stray bullet, eulogized

Ayebare, during the funeral service held at Kakumba Chapel at Kyambogo University, said his sister was washing clothes on Sunday afternoon when a stray bullet hit her in the head and penetrated her brain. PHOTO BY JOSEPH KATO

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  • Dr Tumwebaze and Rev Abedi Mwizerwa urged the government to restrain its security men from using live bullets to disperse protesters. “Let people be allowed and guided to express their dissatisfactions freely and peacefully. We do not need to use guns to engage protesters. We are losing young and promising people because of misused guns,” Dr Tumwebaze said.
  • The 23-year-old will be laid to rest today at her ancestral home at Rwamumira village, Mukongoro Sub County in Ntungamo District.

KAMPALA. Rachael Ayebazibwe, a former student at Kyambogo University who passed away on Sunday after being shot by a stray bullet has been eulogized as a hardworking and peaceful person. Ayebazibwe, was at her brother Walter Ayebare’s home in Kyebando Kisalosalo in having left her hostel in Kyebando after completing her final semester exams, when she was shot.
Ayebare, during the funeral service held at Kakumba Chapel at Kyambogo University, said his sister was washing clothes on Sunday afternoon when a stray bullet hit her in the head and penetrated her brain. She was rushed to Nsambya hospital and was in coma for six days before she breathed her last on Sunday.

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