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Four Members Of The Office Of The President And Cabinet Die In Accident

Four Members Of The Office Of The President And Cabinet Die In Accident

The Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) has announced the death of four of its Staff Members from a road accident that occurred early Thursday morning at a black spot near Regina Coeli Mission along the Nyanga-Ruwangwe Road. Pindula News presents a statement issued by Dr Misheck Sibanda, the Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet:

The Office of the President and Cabinet regrets to announce the death of four of its Staff Members from a road accident which occurred early this morning at a black spot near Regina Coeli Mission along the Nyanga-Ruwangwe Road. The deceased were part of an Office Team delivering goods for the less privileged in Ruwangwe Community under the First Lady’s Community Assistance and Empowerment Programme when a State Residences truck overturned. The four died on the accident scene, with another two officers who have since been evacuated to Regina Coeli Mission Hospital, sustaining serious injuries. The Office will, in due course, provide more details on this tragic accident which is already being investigated by the Zimbabwe Republic Police.

The First Lady (Auxillia Mnangagwa) who was scheduled to interact with about 20 households in Ruwangwe today, was still in Nyanga Town at the time of the accident. The Office wishes to express its deepest, heartfelt condolences to families of the deceased who are being reached over the incident. In the same vein, the Office wishes the two injured Officers speedy recovery. Measures are underway to ensure the injured Officers secure best care.

Dr M. J. M. Sbanda 

Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet

Office of the President and Cabinet

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17 Comments

Zanu yawora 2 months ago

Vakachekereswa na momz iya


Deep thinker 2 months ago

This incident should impart common sense to these special drivers some terrains have no appetite for high speeds.Unfortunately you see them flying at 160km/hr at Boterekwa, if common sense was common to everyone we would be talking about something else.


Dzidzoro 2 months ago

Tambai mushe


pfachaa 2 months ago

why Amai pavarikufamba death always occurs?


Mr e.d president 2 months ago

you're all missing the point,

these guys were planing dirty game so they met the concequencies . mind this is zanu pf , never try any trick while under them you'll meet the heaven.


ABC 2 months ago

May their souls rest in peace


Ladies man,the Gentleman 2 months ago

Come on guys lets discuss about NATO and Russia!


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Gamechanger 2 months ago

Zanu yat@nga kunwa ropa, manje this time chengera kuzvinwa iwewe mukuru wacho. 2023 vamwe tesisinavo chete mark my words


Davis Phiri 2 months ago

May their souls rest in peace


Dubs Magehlegehle 2 months ago

Shoko raMwari rinoti chemai nevanochema akomana. Ta@ tsika yokuti vafa nokuti..... haisi tsika kwayo.


Doug 2 months ago

Condolences to the Office of the President and to the Angel of Hope Foundation. May the souls of the departed rest in peace.


Sponono 2 months ago

Sorry guys .. Apa mange mune basa renyu rakanaka pano panyika kwamava kuenda kunoveregwa rudo, runyararo & tsitsi obviously gumi remitemo muruoko ..


Ta@aa 2 months ago

Neimwe nzira kurangwa naMwari kubva kunonyengedza vanhu kumamisha kuti ivo varambe vachidya vachiguta


factos 2 months ago

this is a message to munangagwa that ma roads ake akashata


factos 2 months ago

wow
let more die


Why 2 months ago

Why


Rwadzi Gunsmoke 2 months ago

Rest In Peace Madhara zvorwadza Zororai murugare maComrades Indira yedu tose muridzi we tym ndiMwari...

"Ndi Mwari..Ndi Mwari vaita vaita kuda kwavo..×3singing√>>>

Rest In Peace Comrades



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