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Ghetto kids remember fallen ‘Sitya Loss’ dancer Alex Ssempijja

Alex Ssempijja

Three years since their colleague Alex Ssempijja died, the Ghetto Kids still hold him so close to their hearts.

The dance crew is set to hold a memorial mass for ssempijja, who perished in a bicycle accident on November 30, 2015.

In a post on their Facebook page, the Ghetto Kids announced that the service would be held at Makulungo Church, Kibibi, at 10:00am.

“We would like to invite family, friends and fans to the remembrance of our late beloved brother ALEX SSEMPIJJA, to celebrate the third year of his passing to be held on 30th November, 2018,” the post reads.

“We shall then visit Alex’s final resting place.”

“Alex Ssempijja, we have not seen or heard from you since, but you are always in our hearts. You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure.”

On the fateful day, two members of the Ghetto Kids dance group were involved in an accident. Ssempijja died on spot, while Patricia Nanteza, who is now the face of the group, survived but was admitted to the Intensive care unit of Case Hospital.

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