ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Rubani Sebastian Adyeeri Kakiiza, 30 years old, born on November 30, 1990, and passed on April 23, 2021. We will love and cherish him forever.
Posted by Ricky Mugabi on May 6, 2021
Dear Rubani,
I've heard soo many death announcements with the words "Untimely Death" and never really paid much attention to those words until your UNTIMELY DEATH. Why so soon? Why that way?

We first met when you were probably about 9yrs old and our age difference was never an issue. You always had a story and "ka-joke" for me from your dogs to your ambitions of becoming a Pro Footballer when grow up. Your determination and love for football from such an early age sipped through your entire life with all that you did.

Life split us for several years but when we reconnected a few years ago, it was a
mere continuation from where we had left off accept this time we both had beards life's commitments and responsibilities. We talked alot about business and when you introduced me to your girlfriend, our conversations shifted more towards relationships and marriage. You were serious on settling down.

You were an angel on loan to us for only 30years! I'm sure the 'parry' continues up in heaven with your fellows.

Love you bro

Posted by Melissa Kaijuka on May 5, 2021
Dearest Rubani, they say the best ones leave us early. You left a gap in so many of our hearts that will be hard to fill. My fondest memory is of you always trying to protect me from your dogs as a child. I always wonder what conversation or laughs we would have had two weeks before your passing when you surprise called me to check in on me and my son. That is the person you were- caring, loving and pure at heart. I promise to take care of Sheila. Rest well my sweet brother- we will keep your candle shining bright forever in our hearts
Posted by Farrah Matovu on May 4, 2021
Rubani my dear brother.

Words can’t express how I feel but I’ll do my best. You are truly a light that we were lucky enough to witness. Your kind hard and constant giving will be one of the biggest memories I have of you.

Your expression of love so outwardly and unapologetically was very admiring to watch. You taught us how to be present, how to give and most of all, how to love.
I will miss your voice, your jokes in luganda and you saying “I love you my sister”.

You surely will be missed but never forgotten. I will carry you in my heart for as long as God allows me to. Love you so much my Rubani.

I know you are in a better place.Rest with God.
Love you always, Farrah
Posted by Sheila Bell-Cregg on May 4, 2021
Rubani my ka baby brother. I have so many things to say, so many memories mostly of our childhood, so much love for you kiddo.

Still unbelievable that you’re gone and I won’t ever see you again in this life. Somehow, I have found peace, that you are not suffering right now with the effects of what happened.

The random times I find myself smiling when I think of you, make me believe you’re with us in spirit.

There are also random moments of just bursting into tears and letting the heartache and pain out. I’m not sure how to heal from this.

But it is done, God really wanted you. I love you so much and I’ll love you forever.

I’ll always miss you!!!

Until we meet again, I hope you’re up there smiling down on us and being our guardian Angel, with all those who left us before you.

Rest in eternal peace baby brother. Forever in my heart ❤️ 

(Love, Kobusingye)
Posted by Sheila Sabune on May 4, 2021
My Rubinika.... I see all these tributes and my heart fills with warmth, followed by an intense sharp ache. I don’t know when I will recover from loosing you. I can’t even write everything I want to say because the tears keep flowing when I think about you. I hope that heaven is real and you were met at the pearly gates by Akiki, Kaka Joyce, Kaboy and Bull. Also if reincarnation exists, I hope your new life is as exiting and fun filled as the one you’ve left behind and that the wisdom you’ve gained will ensure that you are a star in that world too. Your memory lives on in us all. Till we meet again ...love mingi
Posted by Charles Nyakairu on May 4, 2021
Rubani bro this is so unfortunate what has happened to you at such a young age however one thing I know is God has a plan for all of us and he just needed you more you were such a blessing in all our lives you always kept it real with me whenever we linked up you had a good sense of humour you always had everyone's back in any tight situation you were a blessing in disguise am gonna miss you young bro please watch over us we have now gained a guardian angel up in heaven that we know. May the good Lord comfort your family during this trying time. Rest in Peace Adyeri Long Live Rubani Gone but not to be forgotten
Posted by Tasha Kabaza Kafumbe on May 4, 2021
My baby brother, words can't describe the loss I feel. You've left a Rubani shaped hole in so many hearts. To see how you were loved and how much you loved brings me so much joy amidst the sorrow. Muganda wange, wakitukoze naye we will keep your memory alive by trying our best to love the way you did. Rest well Adyeri. Till we meet again. I love you.
Posted by Cissy Kajumba on May 3, 2021
My forever Banie
Banie,my little brother I don't know whether this pain will ever leave my chest I will forever miss your warm smiles and big bear hugs,you left a deep hole in the whole family,you will forever be missed. Hope to meet you again at the gates of Heaven.
Posted by Chris Emmanuel Kayoshe on May 3, 2021
Rubani thank you for always being you.

You were as pure as they come, generous and very loving towards each and everyone you met and crossed paths with. Your humbleness and selflessness epitomized who you really were as a person.

Thank you for all the fantastic and wonderful, memories we shared. Your love and kindness towards people will always be etched within my heart. Hope all your loved ones, family and friends continue to emulate your shine that you graced us with.

I will forever miss you.

Rest well and easy with the angels. brother love you forever.
Posted by Budidi Rutah on May 3, 2021
Rubani, part of me still thinks you’ve travelled to Spain and maybe I’ll get a call from you saying, “Mwana, ija Spain turye life” but waaah!
You’re in heaven, where you belonged. We were so blessed to have you. Yebare kunkunda, kunganiza, kunshetsya. You’ll forever be missed Bestie (meanwhile how many “besties” did you have? But then again that’s who you were, made everyone feel loved in a special way.) Humura gye munywani wangye. Til we meet again.
#startaffa ❤️
Posted by Sandy Muhwezi on May 3, 2021
Like everyone else, this loss has shattered me. I have experienced loss before but this hurts in a different way. Reuben James, you are one of my earliest memories and you never left. It never occurred to me that I could ever have to lay you to rest...to say goodbye to you here on earth

When we were little in Kabira we were inseparable and you made sure to remind me of this when we were older, after many years and continents apart we could pick up right where we left off. You are the genesis of the spirit of adventure that burns inside me. You said jump and I followed and boy what didn’t we do in Kabira?(much to the chagrin of our teachers. The pioneers of the naughty corner. There’s no illness we didn’t bring back home from school, so much so that mum even had to remind me that I ‘wasn’t a boy’ when I’d return home with torn clothes and ruined shoes. We did it all... you did it all... a Jack of all trades (TODO TRADE!) and a master of it ALL.

As we got older, so did our escapades (But there was never a dull moment with you) I treasure every moment, every hug and kiss and word from you. Every reminder of what I meant to you. Thank you, thank you for always letting your loved ones know they were loved. I only hope you knew too...KNOW. Oh how much we love you. You stopped the world when you went to be with God. We held our breath... we might never exhale...

I’ll miss your voice, I’ll miss your laugh, I’ll miss your smile. I’ll miss being in your magnificent presence. But know this: you are not lost, you can never be. I feel you everywhere. I can’t wait to see you again. Heaven is so so so so lucky

Love you forever and always
Posted by Beatrice Kabaza on May 3, 2021
Adyeeri how did you just decide to leave us like that. You left us with so much sadness but with so much hope that we shall meet again. Love you endlessly

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Posted by Ricky Mugabi on May 6, 2021
Dear Rubani,
I've heard soo many death announcements with the words "Untimely Death" and never really paid much attention to those words until your UNTIMELY DEATH. Why so soon? Why that way?

We first met when you were probably about 9yrs old and our age difference was never an issue. You always had a story and "ka-joke" for me from your dogs to your ambitions of becoming a Pro Footballer when grow up. Your determination and love for football from such an early age sipped through your entire life with all that you did.

Life split us for several years but when we reconnected a few years ago, it was a
mere continuation from where we had left off accept this time we both had beards life's commitments and responsibilities. We talked alot about business and when you introduced me to your girlfriend, our conversations shifted more towards relationships and marriage. You were serious on settling down.

You were an angel on loan to us for only 30years! I'm sure the 'parry' continues up in heaven with your fellows.

Love you bro

Posted by Melissa Kaijuka on May 5, 2021
Dearest Rubani, they say the best ones leave us early. You left a gap in so many of our hearts that will be hard to fill. My fondest memory is of you always trying to protect me from your dogs as a child. I always wonder what conversation or laughs we would have had two weeks before your passing when you surprise called me to check in on me and my son. That is the person you were- caring, loving and pure at heart. I promise to take care of Sheila. Rest well my sweet brother- we will keep your candle shining bright forever in our hearts
Posted by Farrah Matovu on May 4, 2021
Rubani my dear brother.

Words can’t express how I feel but I’ll do my best. You are truly a light that we were lucky enough to witness. Your kind hard and constant giving will be one of the biggest memories I have of you.

Your expression of love so outwardly and unapologetically was very admiring to watch. You taught us how to be present, how to give and most of all, how to love.
I will miss your voice, your jokes in luganda and you saying “I love you my sister”.

You surely will be missed but never forgotten. I will carry you in my heart for as long as God allows me to. Love you so much my Rubani.

I know you are in a better place.Rest with God.
Love you always, Farrah
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Rubani's selflessness

Shared by Beatrice Kabaza on May 4, 2021
At 6 years he brought two boys home 4years and 2 years and asked his parents if they could become his brothers. Both his parents obliged. One has completed university the second is still at university. Adyeeri you were too good for this world honestly. I don't know why they didn't mention this. The boys are moslems❤