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VIDEO: Makerere University fresh graduate’s final moments before perishing in an accident

New video footage showing the last moments of Makerere University Fresh Graduate, Ramathan Wambuzi, just before his tragic death.

VIDEO: Final Moments of Makerere University Fresh Graduate

Ramadhan Wambuzi, 26, a Makerere University fresh graduate on Independence Day died in a fatal motor accident on his way to Jinja from Kampala.

His tragic death was a huge blow especially to his parents and relatives who didn’t get to spend his last moments with him or to know what happened just before his death.

A video showing him happy and in a good mood just before his death has surfaced providing the answers much asked.

Ramadhan was a student of Bachelor’s of Social work and Social Administration (SWASA) and had just completed his studies. In celebration of this milestone, Ramathan and his friends decided to travel to Jinja on Independence day to commemorate the day and have some fun.

On their return to Kampala, the group, which had traveled in two cars, a Subaru and a Mark X, driving at high speeds, met with tragedy when the Mark X stumbled on humps on their way back from Jinja, overturning a couple of times killing Ramadhan and another girl that he was seated within the back seats.

Ramadhan Wambuzi was buried in a Muslim cemetery in Bugembe amidst wails and sobs from his parents and relatives who were hit hard by his sudden passing.

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