Funeral arrangements announced for Humphrey Mayanja

Funeral arrangements announced for Humphrey Mayanja
Humphrey Mayanja

The funeral arrangements for Humphrey Mayanja, who tragically passed away, have been revealed, outlining the final ceremonies to commemorate his life.

The program that was released by singer Joseph Mayanja alias Jose Chameleon features religious services and details about the burial proceedings.

On Tuesday, a mass will be held at noon at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Lweza, followed by a vigil at Kitiko, Kigo near Memorial Hospital.

On Wednesday, the solemn moment of burial will take place at 2 PM in Kalangaalo, Singo off Mubende Road. Before the burial, a service will be held at Kalangaalo, starting at noon.

The family expressed their gratitude to everyone who has supported them during this difficult time, concluding with a blessing for all those involved.

Mayanja's unexpected passing has left a void in the hearts of many. As friends, family, and well-wishers prepare to bid their final farewells, they will follow the funeral program to honour his memory.

Humphrey Mayanja, the older sibling of the singing trio Jose Chameleone, Weasel Manizo, and Pallaso, was confirmed to have passed away on Saturday.

Humphrey, aged 49, was diagnosed with cancer last year after experiencing stomach complications while travelling to the US, as revealed by Douglas Mayanja, also known as Weasel, in February, during an interview with local media.

Last July, Humphrey shared his health struggles, stating that he experienced frequent episodes of falling asleep and intermittent fevers during his journey to Boston.

Humphrey and his brother Henry Kasozi, along with their sister Josephine, were the only male members of the Mayanja family who did not pursue careers in entertainment and music recording, unlike Joseph (Chameleone), Douglas (Weasel), Pius (Pallaso), and the late Emmanuel (AK 47).

In a family where the siblings involved in showbiz often made headlines for the wrong reasons, Humphrey played the role of the elder brother, frequently bringing his younger siblings together whenever conflicts arose.

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