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Police identifies Link Bus accident victims as death toll rises to 21

Wreckage of the bus after the accident

Wreckage of the bus after the accident

Police in Fort Portal have named some of the passengers killed in yesterday's Link bus accident. 

The accident occurred at Sebitoli trading centre in Busoro sub-county in Kabarole district on Wednesday along the Fort Portal-Kyenjojo road.

The bus, registration number, UBA 003S destined for Kampala from Bundibugyo district veered off the road and overturned several times. 

20 people died on the spot while another victim, John Asiimwe succumbed to injuries today morning at Fort Portal regional referral hospital - bringing to 21, the number of those killed in the accident. 

Vincent Twesige, the Rwenzori West Region police spokesperson has identified some of the deceased as Hassan Sempala, Steven Kahwa, Alum Susan, Jimmy Nkutuma, James Muhanga, Derrick Mujuni, Roseline Kanyunyuzi, Stella Biraba, Moses Masereka, Maxima Kabafumi, Harriet Nabukenya, Alice Nyakuha, Gift Asiimwe, Dauphine Alinda, Divine Alice, Lastako Thembo, Sefania Mussumba, a one Monica and Emmanuel Kasaija.  

Works and Transport ministry has since suspended the operations of Link Bus Services as investigations into the accident continue. 

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0 #1 Rwatoro 2022-05-06 16:10
Let us hope it's not the Rwabwogo's business to stage accident's so that people can get hurt and be rushed to the hospital to remove their organs for export to the Middle East.

In Uganda anything is possible. M7 gave hime a go a head to kill Ugandans and sale their organs. It is a family organized business headed by Rwabwogo, Tumwebaze, Mwenda, and many others.

M7 has never come out and talked about it ever since organ extraction started. This implies he knows the business.
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