- An Ugandan man has been involved in a ghastly motor accident that claimed his life days after his introduction
- Mugole Omusaja was said to have held his introduction ceremony on Friday, December 4
- Pictures of the accident scene was shared by a Facebook user who broke the news on her page
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An Ugandan man named Mugole Omusaja has died in a ghastly motor accident days after his introduction ceremony.
The disclosure was made by a Facebook user identified as Buyinza Zaina, who said the deceased held his introduction ceremony at his bride’s family home on Friday, December 4.
Reports indicated that the tragic incident happened on Thursday, December 10.
Breaking the news on her Facebook page, Zaina wrote
“Weraba mukwano, we attended the introduction ceremony on Friday 4/12 but he has passed away. bye bye mugole.”
Facebook users took to the comment section of the post to react to the tragic incident.
Nalubega Hellen wrote:
"May his soul rest in eternal peace."
Olaki Basil With'a O commented:
"Kitalo may his soul rest in peace n my the almighty God comfort the close ones."
Immy Roberts reacted:
"Its too bad Bambi RIP."
Zuria Vega commented
"Inalilah wainaleh lajiun Rip."
In a similar news, a Nigerian man identified as Wali Stephen has lost his life one week to his wedding in Port Harcourt, the Rivers state capital.
The 28-year-old man, who was set to tie the knot on Saturday, November 7, died on Saturday, October 31.
One of his friends, Engineer Prince Chukwu, said Stephen's death came as a surprise as the deceased was not sick.
“He was not sick. His wedding is supposed to be next week Saturday. Stephen died like that.
“May your killers never find rest till eternity! Rest in peace comrade. Your wedding is supposed to be next week Saturday.”
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