One of the Rembo Shuttle has incurred several damages after angry youths stormed it and broke all it windows. The youths are now planing to buy the whole vehicle following an accident that has just occurred between a rider and the vehicle which has left the rider dead at Kampala roundabout along enterprise road
The youths are claiming vehicles belonging to this sacco are causing many accidents along the enterprise road. The road is likely to experience jam.
Burning this vehicle is not the right thing to do. The angry youths should get sorber and hand over the matter to the police. As always been observed, bodaboda riders have been the prime cause for most of the road accidents involving bodaboda riders and other road users.
These vehicles and personal cars you see on the roads are bought on loan that need to be paid, so burning them is totally wrong. Let's be vigilant while on the roads. Let all road users observe traffic rules and regulations as required.
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