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PHILIP ONZOMA March 3, 1974 - April 20, 2023

Date of Funeral

April 22, 2023

Date of Birth: 3rd March 1974

Date of Death: 20th April 2023

Parents: Late Eng. Simon Onzoma and Grace Onzoma

Wife: Margret Namutebi

Siblings;

  • Amos Adriko
  • Badi Onzoma
  • Paul Onzoma
  • Enock Onzoma

Child: Zion Onzoma

Education Background:

  • Queen’s Road Nursery School Entebbe
  • Lake Victoria Primary School
  • Namalemba Primary School
  • Nabumaali Primary School
  • St. Peter’s College Tororo
  • Mbale High School
  • Progressive Secondary School
  • Islamic University Uganda
  • University of Liverpool

Career Background:

  • Africa Online Ltd
  • Three Mice Interactive
  • SMS Media
  • Celtel Uganda
  • Zain Uganda
  • Airtel Uganda
  • King Abdulla University of Science and Technology
  • Smile Communication
  • Airtel Rwanda
  • Co-founder Emmanuel Agro Limited

Hobbies

  • Music
  • Food Safety Advocacy
  • Making Sales

Burial is at Bahai House of Worship in Kikaya today on Saturday, 22nd April 2023 at 12:00noon.

Informed are; Relatives, Friends and In-laws.                                                                                                                    MAY HIS SOUL REST IN ETERNAL PEACE

Condolences(5)

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    Dorothy Kabali says

    We come from God unto God we shall all return.
    Rest in peace Phillip

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    JANE AMUGE Okello says

    The very last moment I spoke with you and visited you, you were travelling for extra medical care. Thereafter it was phone calls for 3 weeks and we were all hopeful you would be back ..Happy as usual. And then all went quite. I searched and searched only to learn from A plus today that you went to be with the Lord. From you I learnt to persevere in business. Rest with the angels Phillip. I will truely miss you

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    Steven Muyimbwa says

    Rest in Peace my Friend…

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    Roselyn Kisukye says

    Ours was a chance meeting through acts of kindness. We forged a friendship. You changed my name to “Namukhana”, the moment you knew my background. I didn’t mind you calling me that. Always checking to see that I’m alright knowing how isolating it can be living abroad. I never got to say my last words; I didn’t know you were unwell until late when you couldn’t speak. Thank you for being you Phillip. May God comfort your wife and son, your family and friends. RIP my friend.

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    LIFE celebration choir says

    May God strengthen the family in this trying moment

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