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UCU finalist Passes On At Kawempe Hospital

UCU Finalist Kwagala passed on Wednesday afternoon at Kawempe Hospital where she has been receiving treatment.

Dark clouds have covered Uganda Christian University (UCU)Mukono after the institution lost a final year student who has been pursuing a Bachelor of Accounting and Finance (BSAF) Viola Mulumba Kwagala.

The announcement was made by UCU’s Communication Office on University’s social media platforms.

“With great sadness, we announce the death of our student Viola Mulumba Kwagala who was God-fearing and Christian Minister, founder of School of Business Students Fellowship,
“Let us pray that Our LORD Jesus may strengthen and comfort the family of the deceased.”
part of the statement released on the social media platforms read.

Kwagala passed on Wednesday afternoon at Kawempe Hospital where she has been receiving treatment.

The family has not yet come out to issue the burial arrangements. This website is closely following up on the family’s further communications and surely we shall keep you posted.

We at Campus Trend, we pray for Viola Mulumba Kwagala to rest in eternal peace and keep her family strong.

About UCU

Uganda Christian University (UCU) is a private church-founded university administered by the Church of Uganda. It was the first private University in Uganda to be awarded a charter by the Government of Uganda. Urban Campuses: Mukono and Kampala; Rural Campuses: Kabale, Mbale and Arua.

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