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The registrar who succumbed to a stroke while in his sleep on Sunday at his home in Kiwatule died at the age of 53.
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The Chief Justice added that H/W Byaruhanga‘s death had left the Judiciary and the government with a huge debt of ensuring that public facilities can be easily accessed by those who are physically handicapped.
“There is a need to address how easily people with disabilities access facilities.” He added, “no one invites disability. It can happen to anyone,” Hon. Justice Katureebe said.
In Uganda, most public facilities including courts do not have provisions for people with disabilities.
A condolence message by the Chief Registrar H/W Paul Gadenya, which was read out to the mourners by High Court Registrar H/W Isaac Muwata described Mr Byaruhanga as a committed officer who never let illness or difficult work stand before him at the table of service.
“Roy always put duty first. He endeavored to work whenever he felt a little relief from the pain that was hurting him so much. In 2006, he diligently served this country when he handled difficult pre-election matters without shying away from duty. He stayed to serve his country assisting the High Court to render justice to his countrymen and women.” H/W Gadenya‘s statement read in part.
Speaking on behalf of the deceased’s family, Dr George Lubanga, a brother to the deceased said the family did not have a clear picture of what he suffered from.
“What I know is that he slipped and fell in a bathroom in 2008 and sustained what seemed like minor injuries….in 2010 there was rapid progression of the illness that developed into full blown paraplegia. This is a condition that causes impairment in motor or sensory function of the lower torso,” Dr Lubanga told mourners.
Principal Judge, Hon. Justice Dr. Yorokamu Bamwine, who was also H/W Byaruhanga’s first supervisor at Masaka Chief Magistrates Court told mourners of their interactions then.
“My assessment of him was that he was responsible, hardworking and very keen to learn. He was result-oriented even as a fresh Grade One Magistrate, he had a clear understanding of the law,” Hon. Justice Dr. Bamwine said.