MVUMA- A senior teacher at Mutero High School Ernest Chinosengwa
died on the spot while two other people sustained injuries when the
vehicle they were travelling in collided head on, with a pick up truck
The accident occurred at the 167km peg along Mvuma–Chivhu Road on
3 July 2022 around 930am.
He was laid to rest at his rural home at Chisheche near Gutu Mission on
Chinosengwa is survived by wife and three children.
Mutero High School head Tabuda Manhongo said the school has lost a
great disciplinarian and astute sportsman whose contribution in the
development of the sports at the school is unparalleled
“He was a strict disciplinarian and a great teacher who taught business
studies and economics up to A level classes. He will be greatly missed
especially in the sports field particularly soccer where he was famous in
identifying talent,” Manhongo said.
Chinosengwa had been at Mutero for a decade.
Police said on the fateful day, Trevor Magubu (38) of Ruwa was driving
a Toyota Hilux from Mvuma towards Chivhu alone while Sungai Sibanda
(45) of Hertfordshire, Gweru was driving a Silver Toyota Corolla towards
Mvuma with Chinosengwa on board.
Police said upon approaching the 167km peg Sungai Sibanda tried to
overtake a haulage truck resulting in a head on collision.
Midlands Police spokesperson, Inspector Emmanuel Mahoko urged
drivers to exercise caution on the road.
“We take this opportunity to urge drivers to be cautious on the road.
Speed thrills but affects the ability to have full control of motor
vehicles, leading to road accidents.” he said. http://www.midweekwatch.co.zw