Okada rider dies accident; leaves behind 6 widows and 30 children

Okada rider dies accident; leaves behind 6 widows and 30 children

- Hassan Mafabi, a motorcyclist and sole breadwinner of his large family has died in a tragic accident

- The Ugandan native left behind 6 widows and 30 children

- Prior to his death, Mafabi, had taken a loan to buy the motorcycle with a work and pay plan

- However, he met his untimely death barely a month after and has left his large family in distress and debt

A Ugandan native and sole breadwinner of a family of 36 including 6 widows and 30 children has died in a gory motor accident, leaving the fate of his bereaved wives and children in uncertainty.

51-year-old motorcycle rider, Hassan Mafabi, had taken a loan facility to buy a brand-new motorcycle to work and pay back barely a month prior to his untimely death.

Ugandans.com, reported that, Hassan Mafabi was ran over by a speeding car and he could not survive the crash.

Reports say a bishop of the Mukono church of Uganda diocese, Bishop James William Ssebagalla, who confirmed Mafabi’s death, said his bereaved large family are in a state of despair.

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Okada rider dies in motor accident; leaves behind 6 widows and 30 children

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Bishop Mukono has been appealing to benevolent people of the public to come to the aid of the bereaved family who are currently in distress.

Sadly, the situation of the family has been worsened because their late father did not finish paying the loan off before his tragic demise.

And it remains unclear who would take the burden of providing for the large family.

Meanwhile, some 250 African-Americans gathered at the Cape Coast Castle, Ghana, to mark the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first ship of enslaved Africans to English North America in 1619.

While this was ongoing, tens and thousands of African-Americans had assembled at the Chesapeake Bay in Hampton, Virginia, to also mark the same activity.

Here at the Cape Coast Castle, one of nearly 40 slave castles built in the Gold Coast, now Ghana, more than 70 families discovered their family tree during the African Ancestry DNA disclosure which is possibly the largest ever in the continent.

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