According to the source, the 28-year-old journalist met his death at Hima town council when he was travelling back to the radio station from Bunyangabu District where he had gone to cover the swearing in ceremony of councillors.
The accident occurred when he was riding a company's motorcycle before being knocked down by a speeding cyclist.
He was rushed to Case Clinic after sustaining serious head injuries before he was transferred to Kilembe Mines Hospital where he was pronounced dead by doctors.
Mr Baluku, a co-worker eulogized him as an industrious man at the company.
His death comes barely hours after a TV reporter Sheila Nakabuya who died shorty after giving birth to a baby girl through C-section at Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital in Uganda.
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