Fallen ex URSB boss to be laid to rest on Tuesday
Former head of registry at Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB), Maudah Atuzarirwe Keishemeza who died on Sunday morning in a fatal accident along Masaka-Kampala Road is to be laid to rest on Tuesday 2nd May 2017. During her Requiem Mass today morning at Christ The King Church Kampala, many speakers described her as a friendly and social person. She will be laid to rest at her ancestral home in Kantunda, Bumbaire Igara in Bushenyi district.
At the time of her death, Maudah mother of three who was also a senior advocate was seriously involved in farming and was a supplier of different fruits to most people in Kampala.
The Kampala Law Monthly Magazine
The legal fraternity and Uganda at large, have been hit by the sad news of the passing of the former head of registry at Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB), Maudah Atuzarirwe who has died in a motor accident on Sunday morning along Masaka Road. The Kampala Law Monthly Magazine has also learnt that at the time of the accident, she was from Bushenyi where she attended a function and was returning to preside over as a Master of Ceremony at another function on Sunday.
She was co authoring a book with her brother on the IP Law in Uganda, she was a Partner at Byarugaba and Company Advocates, with qualifications of LLM Muk, MBA esami, LLB MUK and was a mother of three.
Maudah was one of the longest serving registrars having served as a State Attorney, at the Registrar Generals office, Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs and was also a Director of Business Registration until 2012. She made a seminal contributed to registration of businesses and Intellectual Property in Uganda. May her soul Rest in Eternal Peace.