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She was rushed to Kadic clinic Bukoto where she was given a referral letter to Mulago Heart Institute where she passed on.”
Nanteza, who was married to Jimmy Katumba and blessed with two kids, was laid to rest Sunday at her ancestral home in Namulonge off Gayaza Road, Wakiso District.
She was the voice behind the famous Ebonies songs, ‘Muyita Malaika,’ ‘Okwagala,’ ‘Sanduuko’ among others.
Scores of singers, actors and music producers paid their last respects to the deceased during the funeral.
A vigil was held at Nanteza’s residence at Earlham Grove, UK on Saturday where friends and relatives gathered to remember her life.
Nanteza during her youthful days in Ebonies
She is survived by two kids – Olga Katumba and Arnold Katumba who live in United Kingdom.
Fans took to social media sites to express their condolences to the bereaved family.
Willismase Mase posted on Facebook: “So sad I liked her song Muyita Malayiika. may her Soul Rest in Peace.”
The casket containing Nanteza’s body being transported to Waksio for burial