By Francis Otucu
Exactly two weeks ago, Amb. Christopher Onyanga Aparr’s body was returned from Geneva, Switzerland.
This, after his death in the first week of June. However, as his body was returned a fortnight ago. His widow, Kezia Onyanga and daughter, Caroline were sent into a 14-day mandatory quarantine.
This, to avert any possibility of COVID-19 infection. However, this news site understands that Wednesday, they were freed from isolation. The freedom, according to family, paved way for burial arrangement.
For instance, Thursday afternoon, there was a requiem mass at St. Charles Lwanga Catholic Church, Ntinda. Thereafter, his body will be taken to his home at the Ministers’ Village, Ntinda. A vigil will be held overnight, at his residence.
On Friday, his body will leave for Adwari for burial on Saturday. Until his death, Aparr was Uganda’s Head of Mission and Permanent Representative to the United Nations and other International Organizations,