PHOTOS: AFM overseer in fatal road accident

The Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) Zimbabwe overseer Bigten Chizinga was involved in a fatal road accident on Saturday afternoon.

A Honda Fit he was travelling in crashed with a Nyaradzo Funeral policy bus.

An eye witness told us that a 20- year- old male adult died along the way to hospital after Chizinga failed to negotiate a curve at Impinge mine Mvurwi area.

“The Honda Fit driver failed to negotiate a curve and encroached into an oncoming lane there by resulting into a crash with a bus.

“There were five passengers in that Fit, one person died upon admission at Mvurwi Hospital,” revealed the source.

Although Mashonaland Central police spokesperson Inspector Milton Mundembe could not be reached for comment, when visited the scene body parts from the Honda Fit could be seen scattered on the road.

Meanwhile, the Nyaradzo bus was heading for Chitsungo in Mbire district where a 40-year-old woman died mysteriously in an inferno on Wednesday.

A relative to Ethel Washaya (40) expressed shock over the accident which claimed a life yet there were on a funeral mission in Mbire.

“This is shocking we are failing to come to terms with the accident, our relative (Washaya) died mysteriously in an inferno on Wednesday and was missing for two days only to be found in ashes.

“Today we are going to her funeral; we are involved in a fatal accident,” said the source.

According to Traffic Safety Council (TSCZ) managing director Obio Chinyerere Zimbabwe loses an average of 2000 people in road accidents annually.

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