Another accident in the Harare preacher, Talent Chiwenga’s church happened on Monday morning (the same time as the previous one) resulting in the death of two more female church members.
The development has led to Zimbabweans mourning on the loss with some asking, “why two women again?”
At Chatsworth – 2 women were killed: 12th June, 7am. A male, Eugene Kanyuchi survived, and died some hours later.
At Rundu – 2 women were killed: 18th Nov, 7am.
Kombi involved in accident
The accident happened on the Trans-Zambezi Highway in the Bwabwata National Park in the Kavango-East Region and claimed the lives of two people on Monday morning
The Namibian Broadcasting Corporation reports saying: The accident occurred about 40 kilometres north of Divindu via Kongola, where the driver of a foreign registered seven-seater minibus lost control and overturned around 07h00.
Two female passengers died on the spot and had to be pulled out of the wreckage.
Eyewitnesses assisted in removing five passengers, including the driver, from the wreck.
They suffered slight to serious injuries and are being treated at the Divundu Hospital.
Although the Namibian Police could not confirm, those at the scene say the vehicle’s occupants are all Zimbabwean nationals.
Several sources told the Zimbolivenews.com the members are those from the spiritist preacher Talent Chiwenga’s church
They had finished church and were now heading back-to Zimbabwe,” a source told ZimEye.
Another source told Zimbolivenews she lost her aunt in the accident.
“My aunt died in the accident.”
In a twist of emotions, she also appeared to be complaining about the church’ conduct saying they were irresponsible since they took time informing the families. She made other allegations in her complaint that cannot be published at this present time of grieving.
The two deceased are women and their identities will be published once all their next of kin have been notified