Life is not always fair. It painful to see such things happening in life,but there is nothing that we can do.it God will, get the facts on what really happened.
mistery as woman dies in her first day at work woman by the name of Penelope Kyomuhendo.
Penelope who was reported as a resident in Kyebando in town in Western Uganda was knocked down by the police. It happened in October 14 2021. It was the first day that she was supposed to report for Job for the first time. This left a lot of pain to her family as she was going to be a realible breadwinner.
A report by Nile Post
Revealed that the woman had just recieved a Job offer in finance ministry. She was on her way to Job when the incidence happened as the police hit the boda boda she had boarded.
Penelope was hesitant to jump off the motorbike, when the accident occurred.
" The victim has been identified as Kyomuhendo, a resident of Kyebando who was knocked down by a speeding truck where members of the public allege it had police number plates,” Owoyesigyire said. Read more: https://briefly.co.za/world/africa/112082-woman-dies-accident-first-day-reporting-her-dream-job/
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