Motorists are always cautioned to be extra careful on the roads to avoid these accidents that claim lives in most instances.
Picture courtesy. Image from accident scene.
This afternoon, a Presidential Advisor identified as Mzee Bernard Mujesi has been involved in a grisly accident.
The former Mbale District LC5 Chairman and now Presidential advisor is said to have been in an accident on the Mbale-Tororo Highway.
The accident happened on Bungokho Sub-County in the district of Mbale earlier this afternoon.
This is when his vehicle of registration number UG 320R overturned several times on the busy highway.
Luckily, Mujasi only walked away with a broken leg and was rushed to the Mt Elgin Hospital.
Mzee Bernard Mujasi was headed to The Capital, Kampala to pick his letter of appointment from the president.
Mzee was lucky to walk away from the accident with just a few scratches and a broken leg.
Bodaboda operators are advised to always be careful on the highways to avoid some of these accidents that might lead to loss of lives in any event.
Residents of the quiet neighborhood were quick to help the now Presidential Advisor and get him to the hospital.
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