Kyambogo University are in deep sorrows for the passing on of Daphine Musoki, 24, who was one of the expected graduands at the forthcoming 17th graduation.
Since 2019, Kyambogo University had not had any graduation to the staggered environment caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. However recently the Vice Chancellor promise that the graduation will be on early this September. It is unfortunate that Daphine has died a few days to her graduation.
The deceased, Musoki had successfully completed her studies last year in fulfillment of Bachelors of Arts in social sciences (majoring in Psychology) and was eagerly looking forward to a life time achievement, but everything was watered down into grief and sorrow for the family and friends yesterday.
Relatives report that the deceased had been battling an illness for a period of time as she kept pushing on hoping to see her health bounce back to normal.
The late Musoki’s friends described her as humble, selfless and friendly person whose smile was transmittable.
Friends have since penned good bye messages to the deceased, remembering the good times, highs and lows which describe life worth lived.
“Rest in glory Daphine, you were a friend to everyone, I will dearly miss the days we spent together at campus, you were were such a caring friend…may the heavens welcome you. Gone from our sight but not our hearts, forever remembered, loved and missed,” a friend to the late wrote.
The deceased will be laid to rest at her ancestral home in Kasese District.