South African based socialite and entrepreneur Stella Nankya last week lost her only son who fell while playing, hit his head hard on the ground and died soon afterwards. She is also mourning the loss of her grandmother that raised her who passed on after receiving the devastating news of her great grandson’s passing .
Nankya who couldn’t believe that her son had died held his lifeless body rocking it back and forth for over two hours hoping he would come back to life.
Days after his passing, Nankya is still mourning the only boy child that she had among four girls. She took to social media and said that if could have one wish in life, it would be for God to take away the pain by bringing back her son to life.
“You are gone my son, and I just wanted you to know how much I deeply love you and that I miss you,” Nankya said.
Nankya also says that a day after the passing on of her son, she went to Police to seek permission for a good farewell but it was all in vain.
“I couldn’t get a death certificate in time and without it, I couldn’t get authorization from Police to transport the little man’s body,” Nankya recounts after being denied access to a catholic priest to pray for her son. She goes on to confirm that the relationship between parents and their children is the most powerful thing in life and the feeling of loneliness may persist for months and longer.
Three weeks shy of making two years, Trillion Collins Semakula, born June 12, 2018 passed on last week on May 4, 2020. Close friends who have been comforting her at her Johannesburg based home say that Nankya and her family are devastated and heart broken.
For starters, Nankya is the proprietor of the Star QT brand which is behind the Star QT Awards, Star QT Clothing Line, and Star QT Events. Under events, she holds the franchise to hold Miss Asia Pacific world in Uganda, she is the founder of Miss Uganda South Africa and Miss East Africa South Africa.
Nankya was born in 1988 and raised in Nsambya estates in Kampala. She is the youngest of seven children born to Betty Nsubuga, a Nurse, and the late Angelo Nsubuga. As a child, she grew up watching her mum tailoring their clothes, which inspired her interest in designing and sewing clothes.