Anne Kansiime Loses Her Father, Months After Her Mother Died

It’s shaping up to be a somber and grey day for Uganda’s comedy fraternity, with reports indicating that superstar comedienne Anne Kansiime has lost her father.

The cause of death has yet to be revealed, as the news was broken by fellow fun factory comedian, Herbert Segujja, who is now better known by his stage name, Teacher Mpamire.

Mpamire announced the sad news on his Facebook page. “We have been hit by a Tragedy. Kansiime Anne / Entertainer has lost her Dad. May his soul Rest In Peace,” he posted.

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Mpamire followed the news with a slew of wailing emojis, indicating how devastating it is.

This is heartbreaking news for the African comedy sensation, who lost her mother in June of last year.

Anne Kansiime has now lost both of her parents, which is devastating to the comedy and entertainment communities.

We will keep you updated as more information becomes available.

Kansiime Anne Biography

Kansiime Kubiryaba’s Anne Kansiime is a Ugandan entertainer, comedian, and actress who was born on April 13, 1986. Some African media outlets have dubbed her “Africa’s Queen of Comedy.”

She was born in Mparo, which is now part of the Rukiga District in Uganda’s Western Region. Mparo was a part of Kabale District at the time of her birth. Her father is a retired banker, while her mother is a stay-at-home mom. Kansiime was a student at Kabale Primary School. She attended Bweranyangi Girls’ Senior Secondary School in Bushenyi for her O-Level and A-Level education. She graduated from Makerere University, Uganda’s oldest and largest public university, with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Science.

Kansiime began participating in drama skits performed by the theatre group Theatre Factory at the Uganda National Theatre in Kampala’s central business district in 2007, while still an undergraduate at Makerere University. When Theatre Factory went out of business, she joined Fun Factory, which took its place. Every Thursday evening, the group performs. The best skits were aired on NTV Uganda in the Barbed Wire TV show, which later evolved into U-Turn. In the MiniBuzz series, she collaborated with Brian Mulondo as a Taxi interview conductor, providing comic video dramatizations of topical issues that random passengers discussed.

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