It is with real sadness that we announce Warren passed away suddenly and unexpectedly this morning.
Warren has been with the Chilli Children Project since he was young. He is dearly loved by the Project staff.
Warren was an exceptional young man. A man who believed in himself, who didn’t let anything stop him pursuing his goals. He fought and beat the odds of living with a disability in Uganda. He loved life. He had huge dreams. He was respected and admired. He wore a shirt and tie everyday because he always wanted to make a good impression.
He was soon to be a University graduate. He was a counsellor. He was about to start teaching the Alpha Course in Braille. He wrote a book which is soon to be published.
It is an absolute tragedy that Warrens life has come to an end so soon. I am so confused. I was with him a month ago and he was so excited about the future, graduating, and getting his book published, which he put his heart and soul into.
I will never forget Warren. He inspired me to dream big. He astounded me with his humble & gentlemanly character. He showed me what it means to believe in something, to live for something, to do something to leave a legacy. We will make sure his book gets published and read far and wide.
Rest in eternal peace, dear Warren. The world is truly a darker place without your light