Kisakye Finally Laid To Rest

Monday afternoon, all roads led to Bunamwaya Catholic Church in Wakiso for the official send off of fallen singer Harriet Kisakye.

Staff of A-Plus Funeral Management carrying a casket containing the late Harriet Kisakye's body during the Vigil held at National Theatre yesterday.
Staff of A-Plus Funeral Management carrying a casket containing the remains of Harriet Kisakye’s body at the Vigil held at National Theatre on Sunday.

Hundreds of mourners turned up for the burial of the ‘Kandahar’ singer who passed on due to Kidney failure on Saturday afternoon.

The burial was attended by various high profile personalities including Politicians, musicians, and other members of the public who were weeping in pain.

Relatives of the deceased including her Father, Musisi Elias and her sister broke down during the burial ceremony due to unbearable pain that had clouded her.

Harriet Kisakye died on Saturday afternoon shortly after being transferred to International Hospital Kampala-courtesy of former FDC president Dr. Kiiza Besigye.

Though several reports had it that she succumbed to a mysterious disease, it later emerged that she suffered Kidney complications, which had messed up all her internal organs.

Meanwhile, hundreds of mourners thronged National Theatre on Sunday evening to attend Harriet Kisakye’s Vigil, many could not hold their tears as A-Plus Funeral Management staff carried a casket containing Kisakye’s body to the Vigil grounds.

Speaker after speaker praised Kisakye for being a kind person to everybody and for being such an artiste who developed her career without scandals.