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BERNARD WAMALA MUSAJJALUMBWA August 25, 2021

Born: 28th November 1974

Schools he attended:

  • Buwungiro C/U Primary school
  • Gayaza Primary school
  • Jinja College
  • Mary’s College Kisubi
  • Mbarara University of Science and Technology
  • Renewable energy – Cairo Egypt

Career Background:

  • Namakwa SSS
  • Greenville High School
  • Mpoma Secondary School
  • Ministry of Energy – GTZ project

Survived by:

Wife: Joan Namara Wamala

Children: Chris and Arnold Wamala

Mother, Father and siblings.

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    Joseph Paul Muwonge says

    You lived a life best understood by yourself. Your love and ease at handling situations will never be known. You were funny yet very respectful. An all-rounder! You left behind a lot for us to interpret. Oh Bernie, easy-life..rest peacefully.

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    Jovia Nassozi Omagor says

    My dearest uncle, where can I start?

    We have come from so far. You have loved me selflessly from the time I started understanding. I can’t imagine how much you gave me with your teaching salary really. I know you have rested but the pain is so much for me. I sometimes blame myself for not doing enough but God needed you more. I cannot equate to what you did for me and my family at large but I surely know by the grace of God I will not forget about your family. I will stand where I can, endeavor to put a smile on their faces. But you have gone too soon, who will I gossip with, go out to eat and laugh. Many people when they see me, they call me a happy girl but they have no idea that it’s something I picked from you. You brightened up every room you entered. I am going to miss you so much. I know some days will be longer but we shall carry on. We are going to be okay. We will rise up everyday with a grateful heart and bless the Lord for the time he gave us. But why did you have to go at the time when I had started to make some good money so we could enjoy. We shall miss you everyday.

    Rest In Power my best uncle. You have broken me so much

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    Catherine Nansamba says

    Bernie, it breaks our hearts to see you go. You’ve fought a good fight and now it’s time to rest in the arms of our LORD. Thank you for the person you’ve been in our lives – a cheerful friend, a loving husband and father, and much more. We shall forever carry you in our hearts and cherish the wonderful memories we shared together.

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    Jonan Mulindwa says

    Uncle Bernie, we thank God for the precious time he gave us with you and relentless love & care you gave us from infantry to this age. You are one of the strongest people I have had in my life, it’s so much I have learnt from you as an Uncle and it really tough to see you go before seeing my accomplishments. Our memories will forever have a place in heart. Rest In Peace Uncle.

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