The Archbishop of Kampala Kizito Lwanga was last seen yesterday at Namiremebe Cathedral as they launched ‘ The Way To The Cross’ following Easter celebrations currently prevailing.
Today Saturday 3/4/202 the Kampala Archdiocese under Catholic Church of Uganda announced the death of Dr. Kizito Lwanga who was reportedly found dead at his home.
However much the cause of his death is still unknown, Archbishop Lwanga was born in 1953, at Kyabakadde Village, in Naggalama Parish, in Mukono district, Lwanga attended Kyabakadde primary school before joining Nyenga Seminary in 1964.
Between 1972 and 1974, he studied at Katigondo National Major Seminary, in the present-day Kalungu District. He then studied Theology at Ggaba National Seminary, in Kampala and in 1979, he joined the University of Clermont-Ferrand in France, were he studied administration and languages, with particular emphasis on administration.
Later, he studied at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, wherein 1994, he earned a doctorate in Canon Law. He was ordained a priest on 8 April 1978 at Rubaga Cathedral by Cardinal Emmanuel Kiwanuka Nsubuga.
He served as a priest of Kampala Archdiocese until 30 November 1996.