Latest On First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa Car Accident Report
Harare – After right around a time of three weeks without saying a word, the Ministry of Information has at long last chosen to react to a story which stood out as truly newsworthy in the predominant press, that the First lady Auxilia Mnangagwa was involved in a car accident.
As opposed to prevalent thinking, that she was straightforwardly engaged with the collision, it turns out she was not so much associated with the mishap, however, she had halted her escort to help and save the mishap casualties, according to Permanent Secretary Of Information and Broadcasting Services, Nick Mangwana.
Two people who included an adult and a minor, Zvishavane-Ngezi Mp, Dumizweni Mahwite, and a minor were the ones who were involved in the accident.
”The First Lady’s cavalcade was not involved in an accident in Kwekwe. In fact, Zvishavane-Ngezi MP, Hon D. Mahwite was involved in an accident involving a minor. The First Lady and her team stopped to render assistance to the accident victim.”, posted Nick Mangwana on his Twitter handle.
A month ago, the First Lady was involved in a car accident, which killed her security helper and left the others seriously harmed. The mishap occurred in Muzarabani, Mashonaland Central.
Auxilia was en route to help the needy in the zone, with food supplies and different rudiments from her cause establishment, Angel Of Hope.
The Toyota Hilux vehicle with her security associates is said to have veered off the dusty road along the Mavhuradona mountain range and moved down the precarious mount before colliding with a tree.
The First Lady got away unscathed from the episode, as the vehicle engaged with the mishap was going behind hers. The Air Force helicopters had to ferry the harmed to Harare for clinical help.