Many people are using roads to travel from one place to another. Furthermore, many prominent politicians and other people like using cars when traveling from one location to another one. Unfortunately, some have lost their lives through accidents. Accidents are caused by careless drivers or mechanical errors in some vehicle.
According to the source, a prominent leader from our neighbouring country have been involved in a road accident. It has been reported that, Michael Kakembo who is also a member of parliament of Entebbe Municipal was today involved in accidents at Katabi traffic lights along Entebbe highway.
Furthermore, it has been reported that, MP Michael Kakembo is safe.
This comes in after some prominent politicians have lost their lives through car accidents in different countries.
Furthermore, remember to drive safely and avoid overspending because hurry hurry have no blessings.
Sanitize and wear you mask because Covid-19 is here with us.
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