Good Job TheSpy Team! Dott Services Fully Compensates Family Whose Son Was Knocked Dead By Company Car

Good Job TheSpy Team! Dott Services Fully Compensates Family Whose Son Was Knocked Dead By Company Car

By Spy Uganda

Kampala: Two weeks ago the mighty Spy Uganda broke a story where it captured a business man, Tinka Baguma crying for justice after a car belonging to Dott Services Limited knocked to death his son in Mukono two years ago.

Well, better late than never! The good news reaching our desk is that, the family is now Shs 50m richer, courtesy of Dott Services, our sources revealed last week.

“Yes, it’s true we were paid last Thursday and the chapter is now closed. We’re now looking at how we shall bring up these two young orphans, their education plan, medical, upkeep etc, ” said the father to the deceased via phone when asked for a comment.

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In our previous article, we reported that 34-year-old Patrick Mugume was killed on January 6, 2023, in Mukono by a Dott Services driver, identified as Kasadha Haggai. Initially, the company refused to compensate the family as agreed leaving Tinka in distress and frustration.

Dott Services had committed to paying UGX 50 million to support the education of Mugume’s two young children, aged 2 and 3, as well as provide for their mothers and fulfil other responsibilities Mugume had shouldered before his demise but the promises were not been fulfilled since then.

However, following our article, the two parties had several engagements and later on one of the top managers at Dott services, Mr Kazoora pledged to follow up the matter and ensure it’s handled to its logical conclusion and now we can fully confirm that Mr Kazoora has lived to his word. “I told you my brother, I have known Kazoora for years, you can taie his word to the bank, he can’t say what he won’t do. He’s a good guy by the way, ” Raymond Wamala, one of his best confidants told our reporter on phone. an accessible web community

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