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Date of Birth: 17th July 1946
Date of Death: 4th August 2021

Parent: Papa Bernard Kakoko and Princess Agnes Mega Bagaya

Children: Mirembe Namwezi Barongo (RIP), Susan Kajura, Anne Aliker, Ruth Nabagereka, Simon Kalemera Semwezi, Damali Nabagereka Abrokwah, Jean Kassami (RIP) and Samwiri Semwezi Kakoko Sebagereka

Education Background

  • Kasukuru Palace Nursery to P.2
  • Kyebambe Primary School
  • Bweranangye Senior Sec School
  • Mary Hill Mbarara
  • London College in England
  • Kyanda College and qualified as a secretary

Career Background

  • A member of the Ugandan Parliament
  • President of the International Federation of Agricultural Producers standing committee on Women in Agriculture.
  • United Nations
  • She lived in Switzerland, Germany and Kenya

Burial will take place at their ancestral home in Nateta, Bugerere on Friday 06th August, 2021 starting at 11:00am.  

The burial will be in accordance with current burial guidelines and restrictions.

  Informed are: Relatives, Friends and In-laws.


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    Kasaija stanley says

    May God bless and comfort you and your family during this difficult period on the death of my beloved , caring Aunt. Please accept my sincere condolences” my heart goes out to you my family on the passing of our aunt, guadian and abest friend, just know your in my thought and prayer and will always be remembered rest in peace aunt vic.

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    Atwooki Gigi Bunyenyezi says

    My Auntie Dimples…we had so much in common..
    We loved dancing, music, acting, laughing…you always asked when Id write you another poem every time we spoke. Your beautiful face and those dimples I asked you why I never got any, your voice, that pleasant melodious voice, your charisma…you spoke so many dialects and fluent German and weave in and out of Luganda and Rutooro effortlessly. I didnt inherit that either. You wore a Gomesi everytime I saw you and you OWNED it. You rolled up your sleeves and served your community. Auntie Dimples see you in a better time, in better health. Lets dance again. Auf Wiedersehen Auntie Dimples. Mrs.
    Victoria Sebagereka webale nnyo. Akiiki ogorobe.

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    Dr. Kabahenda Nyakabwa Kiggundu says

    Akiiki Vicky,

    It is very sad that you are leaving the world soon after your baby sister Edith, but your time has come and you are now in a better place.

    I will always be grateful for your life and for your great service to both your maternal and paternal families.

    You were a second mother to your siblings and their children. You were a dutiful daughter that showered your mother and your siblings with immense love.

    Emirimo yawe omunsi ebaire nungi mali. Mukama akuhe ekihumuro ekyobwomezi obutalihwaho Akiiki.

    Semwezi, Jubilee, Jessie, Cliff, Sarah, nieces and nephews, my very deep condolences.

    Mukama abamerreho omukasumi Kanu akazibu mali.

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    Chris Winyi says

    Akiiki I will never forget your kindness, smartness, determination, strength & love you showed all of who knew you and related to you! This closes the chapter of all
    the Children of Papa!
    May the good Lord receive you in Peace and welcome you in his kingdom!

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      Kasasira (Sas) Mwine says

      Oh God bless your spirit Auntie Vicky!! Your love was like a waterfall that empowered anybody that could connect to with a powerful blessing! Your love brought out the best in us! May your legacy, example and cherished hugs live forever in our souls. I will relive your gracious kindness and awesome sense of humor everyday! God blest us eternally through your spirit May your joy overflow with ALL the fruits of the spirit!

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    Jacque says

    Auntie Vickie,
    Akiiki wange u always called me Byoma
    Always soft spoken
    Akiiki was always welcoming
    I will miss ur wise counsel
    May the Almighty recieve u with open hands.
    Will always love 💘 ❤ u..
    Jacque Kabeba Ndugga

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    Angela - on behalf of Adyeri Babumba’s grandchildren says

    Dearest Aunty Vicky,
    You will be missed immensely. You were very kind and always loving. You were a great friend to our darling Grandmother. You always had a magical smile and was very welcoming to us. Thank you for everything. Rest Well in Jesus mighty name. Heaven has gained an angel – greet grandma Adyeri and ALL our dear departed for us. God Bless Always

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    Margaret Kinimi says

    Akiiki Vicky waitu omurungi,engonzi ya bantu!! So sad that you have left us. You touched so many lives ,you had such a big heart Akiiki always had so much energy ready to help whenever help was needed. I remember that infectious smile of yours especially the days in Nairobi. Akiiki Rest in Peace with the Angels and all your loved ones that have gone before you. May God comfort the family this has been a difficult time.!! Akiiki you will be greatly missed.

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    Elizabeth Ramsden says

    Akiiki Madansi ndagambaki? I really had hope when I heard your voice recently. I thought you’d pulled through as usual.

    Your strength and determination made you a true Kalega Omulyabyoma. I now have no one to discuss our life as girls at Rwengoma.

    Unwell as you have been all these years, you made me laugh with your jokes which reminded me of our old life.

    You were my sisters that I never had. The Kabebas and the Kakokos were unique. We had so much in common. You have left us one by one.

    Rwengoma has lost another star. I pray that the almight gives you a peaceful rest.

    Farewell thee Akiiki Madansi. Till we meet again.xx

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    Elizabeth Ramsden says

    My condolences to Semwezi. Your mum was a very strong woman. Please make her proud by following her example. We are all here for you.

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    Elizabeth Ramsden says

    Condolences to Billy, Jessen, Cliff and Sarah. We are with you in spirit. The road has been hard but try to be strong. Sarah Abwoli it was wonderful to hear your strong voice yesterday, keep it up. The Lord gave us Vicky, he has now taken her to serve him.

    Thank God he left us Semwezi and those two beautiful twins.


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    Toyah Barigye Callahan says

    Auntie Vicky, Your presence always brightened up a room. Your style, your class, your humor, your laugh, oh how excited I always was to see you. I remember when Mum would say Auntie Vicky was coming over I would wait in anticipation for the sound of your Pajero and the hoot at the gate.

    Akiiki, you are the only one who consistently called me Constance Jane (named after my late grandmother Constance Mary Gasyonga and Auntie Jane Babsa) and that always made me feel special. Even in illness Akiiki you always kept a positive attitude. In 2019, when you were in Buheesi and I was visiting you weren’t feeling well but on the next day boy oh boy did you start dancing. Last year, I brought Michael to visit you and you whispered in my ear with a big smile, “ is that your husband?”. I responded no. Well you didn’t take that for an answer and kept calling him my husband. Surprise surprise shortly after your wish came true and mine as well.

    Auntie Vicky you had a determination that was so admirable. In 2020, as we were in lockdown in the States we chatted for a bit via video and you sent me a recording showing me how much progress you were making with physical therapy. I cheered you on and you said the next time we saw each other you would be walking. I was always inspired by how hardworking you were whether it was farming, politics, education, women’s empowerment you approached it all with such zeal and deduction.

    “Though her smile is gone forever, and her hand I cannot touch, I still have so many memories of the one I loved so much. Her memory is my keepsake, with which I will never part. I have her in my heart, sadly missed but never forgotten.”

    Until we meet again… Love your niece Toyah Constance Jane Akiiki Barigye Callahan

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    Solomon Ruhweza says

    Legacy of Love

    A wife, a mother, a grandma too,
    This is the legacy we have from you
    You taught us love and how to fight
    You gave us strength, you gave us might.
    A stronger person would be hard to find,
    And in your heart you were always kind.
    You fought for us all in one way or another
    Not just as a wife not just as a mother.
    For all of us you gave your best
    And now the time has come for you to rest.
    So go in peace, you’ve earned your sleep,
    Your love in our hearts we’ll eternally keep.


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    Vivienne Adala Makulima says

    On behalf of Prof and Mrs Adala in Nairobi Kenya, my sincere condolences to the family. Akiiki you have left a gap hard to be filled. Thank you for always visiting with my family whenever you were in Nairobi. I thank God I visited you last week. That radiance on your face was beautiful. I did not realize the two hours we spent chatting was goodbye! You will be missed by your grandkids in Nairobi..Tamika ,Baala and Apuuli. RIP and may the angels receive you! Your ” kitoko”

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    Paul Ruhweza says

    Akiiki, Aunt. Vicky as we called you.. may you be received in Heaven, memories of your service to humanity remain, your warm smile and love for people receiving everyone at the farm. You fought a good fight christ by your side.
    Simo’, Semwezi and the larger family,.God grant you strengrh and HIS Peace

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    William Kituuka says

    Kitalo nnyo
    We thank God for the fruitful life of Hon Victoria Kakoko Sebagereka.
    May the good Lord grant her Soul Eternal Peace.

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    Rose Kabasweka Hamlin says

    Akiiki Vicky “Vikito” Kanywani:

    What an honor it was to have had you in my life. You were not only my cousin but also a best friend and one of my favorite people. I’ll always love you!! You were beautiful inside/out, and loved genuinely! Your kindness, generosity, and selflessness were unequalled. Your home was open to everyone and you raised such loving children – it shows. We’ll try our best to maintain the relationships we have established with them over the years. We’ll look out for Semwezi and family, plus all your children – the baton has been passed on.

    Akiiki, I have to mention your energy… Oh my goodness – there was never a dull moment! You rocked! Honorable Victoria Kakoko Sebagereka, you did not only represent your constituency (Kayunga District) well, but you my dear, made Batooro and especially us, your family, very proud! Hats off!!

    Akiiki, you’re unforgettable. I’ll forever treasure our relationship and hold onto those memories – the stories, jokes and laughters, whether in person or over the phone … Your sense of humor stayed intact … My heart aches but I have to accept that your time has come to get that well-earned rest. You’ve fought a good fight, finished your race, and kept your faith. Fare thee well Akiiki enganjani yange. I’ll always carry you in my heart. May the Almighty God grant you eternal rest.🙏🏾❤️

    “In my Father’s house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also.” John 14:2-3

    ~Rose Kabasweka Hamlin

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    Muhumuza Kanyangyeyo says

    So,so sad and so sorry auntie akiiki,may you rest in peace. Your heavy,kind heart and warmness will always be remembered!

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