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By Henderson Charles Msusa

A 40-year-old motor cyclist identified as Timiton Kapangama, has died after being hit by a motor vehicle in Ntchisi District.

Ntchisi Police Public Relations Officer Glory Kondowe, said the accident occurred on Sunday night around 19:30 hours at Nkhwere Village along the Nkhotakota- Kasungu M18 road.

"The vehicle registration number NS 4590 Toyota Sienta driven by Tamandani Magombo  was coming from the  direction of Nkhotakota heading towards Malomo with four passengers on board."

“Upon arrival at the said Village, the driver lost control of the vehicle and ended up hitting Kapamanga who sustained severe head injuries and was rushed to Malomo Health Centre where he was pronounced dead upon arrival,” she added.

 Kapangama hailed from Makwaule village in the area of Traditional Authority Chilooko in the same district.



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