Prof Lawrence Mukiibi of St Lawrence Schools Dies, R.I.P

As Uganda is still mourning the loss of city socialite Ivan Semwanga, another high profile person has today morning passed on and it is non other than Proffesor Lawrence Mukiibi who has died from Norvik Hospital along Bombo Road in Kampala.

One of the leading entrepreneurs and the proprietor of St Lawrence Schools and colleges, Prof Lawrence apparently got admited at Norvik two weeks ago as he had been receiving treatment until Sunday morning when he breathed his last.
The family members and Close relatives to Professor Mukiibi said that he passed on at around 1:00am even though the cause of his death is not yet still clear.

Meanwhile, it should be remembered that a few weeks ago before being admitted at Norvik hospital, Mukiibi had gotten involved in a nasty road accident as he was entering into one of his school gates along Masaka Road but later went to the same medical facility that treated him, he also flew to USA for more treatment then got back feeling better.

We have also been told that his body has been picked from the hospital and taken for a postmortem to confirm the real cause of his tragic death.

6 Comments on "Prof Lawrence Mukiibi of St Lawrence Schools Dies, R.I.P"

  1. Oohh!!! Rip, prof. Mukiibi

  2. Truly sad! He will be missed. I will always be grateful for having been a student at st lawrence schools n colleges.

  3. Manini george | May 28, 2017 at 6:14 pm | Reply

    Oooh,my God!!my family and I in Kenya have received with shock the passing on of our dear friend Prof Mukiibi.May our good Lord comfort n console his famil at this most trying moment.May his soul rest in peace in heavenly places. George Manini,Kenya.

  4. sseruwugge lawrence mayi | May 29, 2017 at 9:46 am | Reply

    oh sory, Ugandans we have lost a strongle man who is not easy to be replaced.

  5. prossy najjuma | May 29, 2017 at 4:12 pm | Reply

    You have worked a lot God will reward you.

    Rest in peace.

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