A lady identified as Dorcus kemuma1 on twitter, is in great pain and heartbroken after loosing her Husband her son and her mother-in-law on a grisly road accident.
Dorcus Kemuma has taken to her twitter handle and posted two photos from the accident scene on 25th December, 2021 where one post showed a man lying on the floor covered with blood stains while the other photo was showing a 14 Nissan seater collision with a trailer. The post are absolutely hurting.
Dorcus accompanied the photos with a very heartbroken post; "An accident has claimed my people's lives. My husband, Duke. My son Dylan. My mother in law salome. My other son Dwilight is fighting for his dear Ife at tenwek mission hospital. Pray for me please." Dorcus wrote.
The story of Dorcus have got the eyes of the Necitizens as most people have comforted her with even other sending her virtual prayers.
However, I want to take this opportunity as well to advise us to be very keen on the roads during this festive period. May Dorcus loved ones rest in peace.
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