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    Mwenezi teacher in a fatal bike accident



    SYDNEY MUBAIWA
    MWENEZI BUREAU

    MWENEZI
    - A teacher at Maseture High School in Mwenezi was this week involved in a horrific road accident with a motor bike that claimed his life.                 
    Vendors at Maranda turnoff who witnessed the accident said they were alarmed by a loud noise and rising dust near Sosonye Bridge before a truck driver came and told them that he saw a man lying dead by the road side with a Honda Motor bike also lying a few meters away from him.
    "We heard a loud noise before a truck driver who was going to Masvingo told us that he saw a man by the road side with a bike also lying close to him", said Rutendo Mamvura , who is one of the Vendors.
     Blessed Sheunesu Moyo (33), was pronounced dead at Mwenezi clinic and was taken to Neshuro Hospital for postmortem.
     Dube Roy who is the head at the school confirmed the fatal incident and said Moyo was buried at his rural home at Lapachi Village in Ward 16. He also said the unfortunate disaster left the family and the school devastated and confirmed that Moyo was not seriously injured from the accident.  
    "The school had been left in a deep shock, we lost an icon , he was rated as one of the best agriculture teachers who at one point last year scored the highest percentage in our pass rate, he was supposed to collect the projects for his students today"; said Dube before his mobile phone was offline                                                      
     Mwenezi District Education Officer Felix Chigaba also confirmed the death.     
    "I am aware of the incident , however I don't know how it happened, the family and the district at large have lost a hardworking man who was committed to his work", said Chigaba.local news
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