Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Inside the Devil’s Heart of Darkness :When a Ugandan Anglican Tycoon rested in money and Campagne instead of the Lord Jesus Christ :Ivan Semwanga buried with money and champagne

 mourners threw money in Ivan Semwanga grave


The burying of Ivan Semwanga with money is a clear indication that he had sold his heart to  Lucifer. How can you burry some body with so much money in a village where people are starving or struggling to make ends meet. They could at least splash the money on top of the coffin and give the poor a chance  to scramble for these notes. The evil action of the  RICH DEVIL’S GANG shows how cruel and heartless the devil is . The devil is ready to give you fame, money but at the end of it all, you will end up in hell like Ivan. I pray that Ivan’s handsome sons do not follow the devilish legacy of the father. The Lord Jesus Christ is knocking at the  door of your heart(Rev.3:20), accept him today as your savoir so that you can escape the fires of hell. Do not trust in money , fame and women as Ivan did.Amen

Ivan Semwanga buried with money and champagne


30 May 2017 7:50 PM

 Zari's ex-husband Ivan Semwanga  'Rests in money'

 Zari could not hold the tears, it was Ivan's last born comforting her

 Zari breaks down as her sons Pinto and Quincy comfort her.
  • Instead of dropping flowers in the grave, Shillings and Rands were dropped
  • Champagne bottles were popped right in the grave
  • The grave will have to be guarded for several days or months, otherwise, locals might break in for that money
All roads led to Kayunga for the burial of Rich Gang President, Ivan Semwanga. He was pronounced dead last Wednesday by his ex-wife, Zari Hassan.
During the requiem mass yesterday, Zari told mourners that she moved on to another relationship, but Ivan never did. The mom of five added that she was now strong after having cried for the 11 days Ivan was at the hospital. However, it dawned on her that the father of her three sons; Pinto, Raphael and Quincy was gone, she broke down. Zari di the comforting yesterday, but today, her children were comforting her.
Ivan Semwanga requiem mass at Namirembe Cathedral
Ivan Semwanga was buried on May 30, 2017 in Kayunga

Ivan Semwanga requiem mass at Namirembe Cathedral
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mourners threw money in Ivan Semwanga grave
Inset is a mourner seen trying to get a glimpse of Ivan Semwanga's body, but it was not possible as the coffin was sealed. It was decided that friends and fans should remain with the memories of Ivan when still alive as opposed to when he was dead. The coffin was tightly guarded at all times.
In the typical Rich Gang Style, mourners dropped money in the grave to give back to Ivan Don. However, the highest value note was a 20k note and not the 50k that he used to give out clearly confirming, he was gone.
His close pals popped champagne on top of chopping money in the grave, watch video of champagne and money dropping in the grave below.
Mourners at Kayunga earlier in the day for Ivan Semwanga's burial
Zari and the children in plus other mourners at Ivan's ancestral home in Kayunga.

Hundreds bid farewell to Rich Gang’s Semwanga


Wednesday May 31 2017


Ivan Semwanga's body is carried to its grave.
Ivan Semwanga's body is carried to its grave. Photo by Alex Esagala 
He might have been an ordinary person to some people but the burial of Ivan Semwanga proved he was larger than life.

Speaking at the burial of the socialite, the head of Dawa in Uganda, Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata, eulogized Semwanga as an “elephant” in the field; going by the huge media coverage he received since his death.
Ivan Semwanga's family sit by his casket during

Ivan Semwanga's family sit by his casket during the funeral service in Kayunga. Photo by Alex Esagala
Semwanga was laid to rest yesterday at 4:40pm at his ancestral home at Naklilo village, Kayunga District.
“Only few people can achieve this kind of coverage. When an elephant dies, you cannot pronounce the death of a rabbit,” Sheikh Muzaata said, adding that Semwanga’s death had left a huge yawning gap on the social scene owing to his flamboyant and celebrated lifestyle.
Hundreds attended the fallen socialite’s burial among whom were celebrities, family, friends and locals.
“I have been on this village for 35 years and seen Ivan grow up from a small boy to the rich man that he has become but he has not helped his family and village at all,” said 60-year-old Joseph Katabazi. He said Semwanga does not own any plot of land or even simple house at his ancestral home save for the small old house that belonged to his grandmother; on which compound he was laid to rest.
Farewell. Socialites from the Rich Gang crew

Farewell. Socialites from the Rich Gang crew pop bottles of champagne during Ivan Semwanga’s burial in Kayunga yesterday. PHOTO BY ALEX ESAGALA
Mr Herbert Luyinda, the deceased’s uncle, said took responsibility for Semwanga when the he was eight after Semwanga’s father passed on.
“I thought Ivan would be there at my burial but it breaks my heart to be looking into his grave,” Mr Luyinda said as tears rolled down his cheeks.
Bobi Wine, a popular local musician, advised the youth to take a lesson from Semwanga’s life.
“Ivan died before 40 but what he has done is commendable and evident and the youth should borrow a leaf from that. It’s not too late for you to begin making your dream a reality,” Bobi Wine said.
Rich send-off. Members of the Rich Gang crew

Rich send-off. Members of the Rich Gang crew splash money in Semwanga’s grave during burial yesterday. PHOTO BY ALEX ESAGALA
Semwanga, 39, succumbed to death last Thursday after 12 days in coma at Steve Biko Hospital in Pretoria South Africa.

His body arrived at Entebbe Airport on Sunday afternoon before a vigil was held at his home in Muyenga, a Kampala suburb, before a funeral service at Namirembe Cathedral in Kampala.
True to Semwanga’s flamboyant and dramatic lifestyle, his rich and showy colleagues popped champagne and splashed it onto his casket.
And instead of throwing handfuls of dust onto his coffin in the Christian tradition, the moneyed friends tossed wads of notes onto his casket as they bid him adieu.
Semwanga left behind three sons and their mother.
Compiled by Derrick Wandera, Isaac Ssejjombwe & Lawrence Ogwal