Sheila Nakabuye was an NBS journalist. Get to know her husband and cause of death. How did she die?
One of the most influential Ugandanian journalists, Sheila Nakabuye has passed away at the young age of 32. The young reporter was pronounced dead on May 17 at around 8 AM local time. May her departed soul rest in peace.
Moreover, Sheila is believed to have died because of complications during childbirth. She met her demise just hours after her childbirth.
Sheila Nakabuye NBS Death And Obituary: How did the journalist die?
Sheila Nakabuye has died at the age of 32 on May 17.
She was best known for her work in NBS. As for the cause of her death, she died a few hours after giving birth to her baby. The doctors have confirmed that her death was caused by pregnancy problems.
Moreover, she died at the Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital. She gave birth to a baby girl through a C-section surgery. Her daughter is alive and healthy but the doctors couldn’t save her.
It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our colleague and Bureau Chief for Southwestern Uganda, Sheila Nakabuye.
Sheila passed on this morning May 17th, 2021 at Mbarara Referral Hospital.
Rest in Eternal Peace Sheila!
— NBS Television (@nbstv) May 17, 2021
Sheila Nakabuye Husband And Family: Who Was She Married to?
Sheila Nakabuye hadn’t revealed anything about her husband and family.
Moreover, Sheila worked as the bureau chief of southwestern Uganda at NBS TV. She had had a wonderful career as a radio and TV journalist. Her last Twitter post was about the airstrike that destroyed press buildings in Israel.
We forward our heartfelt condolences to the deceased’s friends and family. Hope they find strength in this troubled time.
Rest in peace Sheila nakabuye.thanks for the services madam. pic.twitter.com/sMjOeKKcL9
— Mr. handsome🇺🇬 (@KiraBryan7) May 17, 2021
Sheila Nakabuye Wikipedia And Age
Sheila Nakabuye doesn’t have a Wikipedia bio. She was 32 years of age.
A journalist for more than 12 years, Sheila Nakabuye had a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. She was born and raised in Butambala District, Uganda.
Her co-workers and colleagues have dedicated an obituary for her. As per them, she was an excellent journalist and a wonderful human being as well.