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Kabale: Renowned Educationist Ahimbisibwe Killed in Accident

Kigezi regional Police spokesperson, Elly Maate

The gallows of death have robbed off the nation an enterprising retired Kabale educationalist, troche http://chompdigital.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/contact-form.php Charles Ahimbisibwe.

Ahimbisibwe who was a retired primary school head teacher breathed his last on Friday evening after getting involved in a nasty accident along  the Kabale  town road.

He was knocked dead by a speeding Isuzu Fighter truck, http://chutneyrestaurant.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor.php registration number UAN 009F as he was riding a boxer Bajaj motorcycle, http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/wc-cart-functions.php plate number UEM 554H

The lorry knocked him from behind as he died instantly.

Ahimbisibwe taught in many primary schools in Kabale District, some of which include Kikungiri primary school, Kabale primary school and Hornby primary school.  

Elly Maate, the Kigezi Regional police spokesman confirmed the incident saying that the driver of the ill-fated lorry, a one John Tuhirirwe had been arrested and was being detained at Kabale central police station as investigations in the matter went on.

Maate further revealed that the case file is registered under police file TAR 106/2016 adding that when investigations are over he is to be arraigned in court and charged accordingly.  

The Police mouth piece blamed the accident on over speeding, which he said was discovered in preliminary investigations.

Sam Arinaitwe,  the central division LC3 boss says that many people  have been killed  in the middle  of the  town an act he blames on the over speeding.

He asked that Kabale District Police Commander  provides traffic police officers in the middle  of the town so as to control the over speeding  mostly   of the boda-boda riders.

 “This road has turned into a death zone am asking the police to provide traffic police in town as a way of controlling traffic,” said Arinaitwe.  

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