The Bishop of Buea, his lordship Michael Bibi, on Monday, April 3, visited victims of the gruesome car accident that claimed the livee of six at Moliwe near Limbe, on Friday, March 31.
The visit took place at the Bingo Baptist Hospital in Mutengene and the Limbe Regional Hospital, where the Bishop met over 19 survivors who had been hospitalised.
Following a message sent out on March 31, the Bishop prayed and expressed sympathy for the victims, extending his condolences to the bereaved families
“I also ask the Diocesan community to pray that God, in his infinite mercy, may grant eternal rest to the departed souls, heal the wounded, and strengthen the survivors. May He also grant consolation to the bereaved families in this moment of grief, ” the Bishop said.
The accident involved a sand truck colliding with a 19 seater bus carrying 26 people with over 18 students. More than 3 students died while several sustained injuries
Majority of the victims were students of Government Technical High School Ombe. Reports say the accident was a a result of a brake failure of the heavy duty truck.
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