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NSSF Mourns Fallen Employee Jean Kiconco

NSSF's Geraldine Ssali laying wreaths

National Social Security Fund (NSSF) is mourning the death of their colleague and fellow staff member Joan Kabandize Kiconco who passed on during an operation at Case Clinic on Tuesday.

Kiconco, this site http://circleofliferediscovery.com/blog/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/settings.php 36, http://crownheights.info/wp-includes/load.php worked for eight years in the NSSF’s customer service division at Workers House in Kampala before being transferred to Lugazi station where she was working.

NSSF’s Deputy Managing Director Geraldine Ssali on Wednesday described the deceased as “a jolly person with big regard and respect for her bosses.”

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“She diligently gave her all and was excellent at performance. NSSF has people, http://cyclopeperu.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-internal-pointers.php and it also has ‘real people’, Jean was one of the real people. She drew people to herself and was the cohesion of the team,” said Ssali while speaking at a requiem service held at St. Andrews Church in Bukoto.

“Besides working together at the Fund, Jean was my personal friend. I believe she has gone to a better place and this is an exam for us her friends,” she added.

Ssali also said the NSSF would take care of all funeral expenses and that other staff members were still sending in their contributions.

NSSF Staff Members who were present at the requiem service

NSSF Staff Members who were present at the requiem service

Mrs. Twina Bwesigye, one of Kiconco’s friends described the deceased as a very forgiving and accommodative person who loved all of them regardless of where they were coming from.

“Recently on 7th May, we held a baby shower for her and the number of people who were present would show you how good she was at making friends,” Mrs. Bwesigye added.

She described her as a “Priceless game, beautiful soul that didn’t leave the lives she touched”

Geraldine Ssali speaking at the requiem service on Wednesday

Geraldine Ssali speaking at the requiem service on Wednesday

Brig. Gen. Timothy Sabiti Mutebile who spoke for the Kabandize family said that “Kiconco was a hardworking first born of the Kabandizes” adding that it will be impossible to replace her.

Brig. Gen. Sabiti laying wreaths

Brig. Gen. Sabiti laying wreaths

Jean Kiconco was born in Kabale on July 15th, 1980. She went to Kabale Primary School, Bweranyangi Girls Secondary School and Kigezi High School before joining Makerere University.

She had one daughter, Kimberly Karungi who is currently in Primary Four.

Her remains will be laid to rest at her ancestral home in Rubaare Sub county Ntungamo District, western Uganda.

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