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'Pedestrian rams into' Kasule Lumumba's car, dead

Below is a statement from the National Resistance Movement's communication officer, Rogers Mulindwa on a pedestrian knocked dead by Kasule Lumumba's vehicle.

NRM secretary general Justine Kasule Lumumba has this Monday afternoon got involved in a road accident when a female pedestrian reluctantly rammed into her official car around Kajjansi along Entebbe road. 

The lady, whose identity has not yet been established has been reported dead. Eye witnesses claim the deceased was talking on phone as she crossed the road.

The SG's car got front damages but she escaped with no visible injuries.

The NRM hereby sends its condolence message to the deceased's family and promises to stand with them in this trying moment.

POLICE will release the details shortly.


+1 #1 Eric L 2017-07-17 16:11
I know how these NRMs mis use our roads daily.

All these goons claim right of way all the time even when they are visibly the only car on the road.

The truth should be NRM SG kills yet another Ugandan.
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0 #2 THE SON 2017-07-17 16:12
Poor driving. Whenever one is driving such vehicles, it is important to be aware of other road users.

The issue of talking on phone while I agree sometimes it distracts pedestrians, I expect a vehicle like Kasule's to have been well serviced in order for it to break instantly.
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+2 #3 Kelly 2017-07-17 16:18
To ram into is defined as "to run or drive into something very hard".

So this pedestrian who was talking on phone "rammed into" the SG's vehicle!!!!!!

God bless Uganda!
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0 #4 Robert Atuhairwe 2017-07-17 16:21
Accidents and shootings-each of the top four NRM bureaucrats has been involved in any of those; Todwong "got shot", Namayanja narrowly survived when her car collided with a truck, Omona's car was pelted with rocks in the East, smashing its windows and now Lumumba.
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0 #5 Eboo 2017-07-17 17:50
"Reluctantly rammed into her car" ...is this the position of the police as well or does No:10 kyadondo road have a traffic department now?
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+1 #6 WADADA rogers 2017-07-18 14:45
Rams, i have now discovered that some people actually pay journalists to write distorted stories, how can any one utter such a statement to justify that Lumumba's convoy was not in the wrong
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