At least two Daily Monitor Staff have died while two others are seriously injured in an accident that occurred along the Mbale-Tirinyi highway in Budaka district on Sunday.
In a brief statement, salve http://clearintotheclassroom.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-users-list-table.php the newspaper identified the deceased as Tony Kaddu, pharm a driver and Daniel Adda from the circulation department.
“The Daily Monitor car delivering newspapers in Mbale and Soroti rammed into a stationed Fuso lorry UAM 983C at Nabweyo, killing the duo instantly,” said the newspaper.
Eyes witnesses said it took them more than thirty minutes to retrieve the bodies from the wreckage of the vehicle that was stuck under the truck.
This is the latest in a string of road accidents that have claimed many lives during the festive season.
Several others died on the Masaka-Kampala highway on December 23 and 24.
President Museveni and First Lady Janet Museveni spared time during the festive season to attend to their cattle.
Museveni describes himself as a farmer.
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“Agriculture will boost the economy of our country and improve household income. I wish you happy holidays.”
The President recently said despite being one of the least paid Presidents in Africa, http://corepr.pl/old/wp-includes/script-loader.php he was a rich man because of what he earns from Agriculture.
Museveni is considered one of the largest cattle keepers and traders in the country.
“Your President is one of the least paid on the continent. Although I earn little from your government, I’m a rich man from agriculture. When I tell you that commercial agriculture is wealth, am telling you what I know,” he said in July this year.
The President was referring to a report by the Africa Review that compiled and analyzed salaries of African leaders to try and see the relationship between those in power and the governed.
The highest paid leader is Paul Biya who reportedly earns US$610,000 while the least paid is Sierra Leone’s President who earns US$12,000. President Museveni’s salary was put at US$15,000.