The ugly hand of death roars again: Joan Kagezi gone suddenly

Death, they say, will occur to all of us. The timing and the way it occurs is what worries all of us. Always untimely, unpredictable.

At about 8:00pm on 30th March 2015, two rascals, riding on a Bodaboda took matters in their own hands to cut short Joan Kagezi’s illustrious life, an advocate and prosecutor.

She stood for justice, and handled cases that shook the country.

At the time of death, she was the lead prosecutor in the July 2010 terror suspects’ trial; which was scheduled to continue today 31st March 2015 at the High Court in Kampala.

Sources within the family say that in 2014 an intruder tried to access into Joan Kagezi’s home in Kiwatule, a Kampala suburb.

Joan Kagezi has been cited as a celebrated and incredible prosecutor.  She served as assistant Director of Public Prosecution.

May her soul rest in eternal peace.

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