Speaker Among mourns the passing of Muhammad Nsereko's father

Speaker Among mourns the passing of Muhammad Nsereko's father
MP Muhammad Nsereko's dad.

The Speaker of Parliament, Anita Annet Among, has expressed her deepest condolences to Member of Parliament Kampala Central, Muhammad Nsereko, and his family on the passing of his father, Alhajj Nsereko Abdul.

In a brief statement, Among extends her sympathies and prayers to the bereaved family during this difficult time.

"I offer my deepest condolences, along with those from the Parliament of Uganda, on the passing of your father, Alhajj Nsereko Abdul. May the Almighty Allah grant you and your family strength during this difficult time," she said.

Different leaders have praised Alhajj Abdul, a respected member of the community, who left an indelible mark on the lives of many through his dedicated service and unwavering commitment to his family and the people of Uganda.

His passing is a great loss not only to his loved ones but also to the nation as a whole.

The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Thomas Tayebwa, expressed his condolences in a message on his official handle,saying "I join the country in mourning Alhajj Nsereko Abdul, who passed away yesterday. During our university days, Alhajj mentored most of us in politics.

"He has served the country in several capacities, and I'm glad his son, Alhajj Nsereko Mohamed, has kept the family legacy shining. May his soul rest in eternal peace,"he added.

Nsereko, who was a presenter at Radio Uganda in the 1970s died on Tuesday night.

He served as a Resident District Commissioner in different districts and was a devoted supporter of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) government.

MP Nsereko has stated that friends and family members are currently gathered at the deceased's home in Bugoloobi as they work on the burial arrangements.

He expressed shock, as he was with his father on Tuesday evening, and he seemed lively and did not show any signs of serious sickness.

"He was diabetic, but I was chatting with him yesterday, and he was so lively. But he later passed away," he said.

Prayers for the deceased are expected to take place at Kibuli Mosque at 9:00 am on Thursday, and later the body will be transported to Bulika, Nama Sub County in Mukono district for burial at 2:00 pm.

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