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Heavy rains kill one in Kampala
Publish Date: May 12, 2014
Heavy rains kill one in Kampala
Heavy rains also causing floods in the western district of Kasese
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By Rachael Nabisubi  

Police have recovered a body of a man by the road side near a drainage channel in Bunga, a city suburb.

It is suspected that the man in mid-30 died in a heavy down pour.|

The deceased only identified as Teffe was regular in Bunga where he vended manicure and pedicure business.
Kabalagala police chief, Francis Chemusto, who was at the scene before the body was transferred to Mulago hospital for post a mortem said they were yet to establish the cause of death
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 “He was dealing in manicure and his colleagues believe he was drunk when he fell by the road side,” said Chemusto.
James Luyimbazi, chairman Bunga trading centre called upon people to avoid overdrinking which may result into  loss of life due to lack of self-control.

 

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