Doreen Katusiime Mweheire, one of Next Media’s top employees, passed away unexpectedly, leaving the company in sadness. Since everything happened this evening, Doreen’s family has been irreparably torn apart, and the entire media establishment is feeling depressed – Next Media’s Chief Producer Doreen Katusiime Dies
Doreen Katusiime Mweheire passed away in Turkey, where she had traveled to get better medical care, according to information. The knowledge that she has been battling a condition that bothered her when she was at work and while she was off work is even more concerning.
On a related topic, Next Media employees can be seen lamenting the deaths of their own on social media. Sandra Lian, a member of the crew, has been spotted on social media asking Doreen why she left her after she had previously pledged to return at the end of the month while visibly distraught.
It is so upsetting and difficult to accept, but I know you are in a better place, my beloved boss. You put up a tremendous fight for the team. I will miss you so much; you will undoubtedly be missed. It hurts me that you broke your pledge to return at the end of the month. I know you meant it when you said you would, but it breaks my heart that you couldn’t. My darling Doreen Katusiime Mweheire, re well,” Sandra wrote.
Doreen Katusiime Mweheire has served as Next Media’s chief of staff and chief productions officer. Next Media owns NBS TV, Next Radio, Sanyuka TV, and other channels. The earliest communication will be regarding burial plans. Times Uganda, keep it up. Doreen, get some rest.
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