KAMPALA – Accomplished Professor of chemistry, Prof. Enos Masheija Rwantale Kiremire has on 18th February hosted a 78th birthday party with his family and friends which went down at Fairway Hotel Kampala in which he took them through the fruits of his knowledge in the world of chemistry.
Kiremire, now a retired professor of organic chemistry in Kampala taught at the University of Namibia.
Prof Kiremire revealed to family and friends that he went through heart surgery 20 years ago.
This surgery took 8 hours to be successful and the recovery process was a miracle because, after the surgery, it took him 10 days to regain consciousness.
Three years after his recovery, he started Cluster Theory.
He further revealed to the gathering that at 78 years, he had never celebrated any birthday until he met his dear wife.
“This is my 3rd celebrated birthday, the first one was a surprise birthday still from my wife when we went to Kazi beach and found my friends and family there, the second one was for us((him and the wife) and now this one.” He said
He also spoke of his new discoveries in the cluster theory. Professor adds that he has written over 30 books and these have been translated into different languages from different countries like the USA, Canada, Singapore, Russia, India, Mexico, Brazil, and many others.
Many publication companies have taken his books onto their markets among which is the Amazon publication and in Africa, only two South African publication companies have his books on the market.
“My discoveries in chemistry have led me to one truth, the existence of a living God”- Prof Kiremire.
While speaking to journalists, the professor shockingly revealed that Ugandan publication companies did not pick interest in his books which gives whites a chance to take up his knowledge, duplicate it and then bring the books for us to buy not knowing we are buying our own knowledge.
Speaking about education, the professor said education is extremely important whether someone has gone for humanities or sciences, but science has got an edge in terms of industrialization “so we need to promote all of them but to have a preference for science.”
Professor’s wife described him as a loving man who always wants to see people around him smile.
She thanked him for being a good man to her and to her family. She vowed to always take care of him and always respect the husband’s family.
Dr. Gideon Kikapikaho, Professor Enos Kiremire’s longtime friend and best man thanked God for keeping his friend for all these years.
He added that living beyond 75 years is a privilege that not everyone gets.
“I met Enos in when we were 13 years old in P.7. We had similar academic interests, we both did chemistry, biology, mathematics, and physics. After High school, I went for medicine and Enos went for sciences”. Dr. Kikapikaho
Dr. Gideon added that professor Enos (his friend) flew to the USA in 1971. And then could occasionally hear from each other. He added that celebrating the birthday is not just day-to-day, but a reflection of the journey since you were born.
Many speakers cherished the professor’s brilliance and legacy in the science world. A man of love, a man of integrity, a caring man, man who opens doors for others, an inspiration to the world, and other kind words towards him.
Prof Enos Kiremire is an accomplished professor of chemistry, Executive Board, National Planning Authority.
He has made new discoveries in cluster theory, he’s a chemistry educator with 40 years of experience, and he has published over 70 refereed journal publications.
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