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JAMES KIGOZI February 16, 2021

Date of Birth: 18th December 1951

Date of Death: 3rd January 2021

Father: Yusuf Lubwama
Mother: Gertrude Babirye Lubwama

Wife: Esther Nabakooza Kigozi

Lydia Nabaggala Kigozi
Vicky Kyamulabi Kigozi. (RIP)

Education Background
Nabagereka Primary School
Kitebi Junior and Secondary School
St Francis Tutorial College
In 1973 left for UK. Studied in Liverpool University for 3 years
Joined University of Shrewsbury for his Masters.

Career Background
Worked with Ministry of Works in Uganda
He joined Guys and St Thomas Hospital in London and worked there until retirement.
He has been a close associate with the Irish community and he had adopted to their culture as a fun and social loving person.



  1. REPLY
    Alice Natimba says

    The jokes and laugh we once had, are no more. We thank God for your life, we will cherish those happy moments forever. May your soul rest in peace Uncle James.
    Auntie Esther and Sis Lydia, may God continue to be your guide and strength.

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    Pheobe Nabawanga says

    May His soul rest in Eternal peace. Psalms 23:1

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    Robert Muyomba says

    Thank you for the good times. RIP with God’s power and love

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    Alice Nabbumba says

    James a life well lived, you have run your race and fought a good fight. Will always celebrate you my brother a gentleman full of positive energy and smiles all the time. These will be missed but not forgotten. May God receive you and rest your soul
    in peace.
    May God continue to hold and comfort you auntie Esther and dearest Lydia because only he can comfort you in the trying moment.

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    Sekiwala family says

    We are extremely disheartened due to the passing of James Kigozi. He had such a kind, sweet soul and cared for others like they were family. We should celebrate the amazing impact he had on each and everyone of our lives. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

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    Irene Natasha Nalubwama says

    I would like to thank God for the life of our dear brother James Kigoze ,who has been like a father to us. We have always felt at home at his house and we shall always cherish the times we spent with him and the family. May his soul rest in enteral peace. May the good Lord continue to strengthen Auntie Esther and Lydia.

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