Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (TBC) senior journalist and cameraman Joachim Kapembe (45) has died after being concerned with a mountain motorbike twist of fate whilst descending Mount Kilimanjaro.
The Director of Information Services and Chief Government Spokesperson Gerson Msigwa published the unhappy information on Wednesday, pronouncing Kapembe was once a part of a workforce which effectively scaled the enduring Mt Kilimanjaro for the release of web products and services at the Uhuru Peak.
He mentioned whilst descending the mountain he determined to make use of a mountain motorbike from Kibo Hut, however whilst using the motorbike heading to Horombo Hut he were given in an twist of fate which brought about critical harm on his head as reported via clinical medical doctors.
Mr Msigwa mentioned Kapembe will likely be remembered for his exemplary efficiency in nationwide development.
“Kapembe was a smart person in his job since the first day… he has done a great job of connecting live broadcasting and interviewing the Minister for Information, Communication and Information Technology Mr Nape Nauye, TTCL Director General, Engineer Peter Ulanga and myself,” Msigwa mentioned.
A remark issued via Tanzania National Parks Authority (TANAPA) mentioned that Kapembe used the mountain motorbike that finally crashed.
It mentioned the frame of the deceased has been preserved at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) whilst different burial arrangements are underway.
Kapembe and different executives of the Ministry of Information, Communication and Information Technology began to climb Mount Kilimanjaro on December 9, this yr for the launching of high-speed web products and services on most sensible of the rooftop of Africa.
TANAPA despatched a condolence message to the circle of relatives of the deceased, TBC workforce, reporters and the country on the whole for the lack of Kapembe.
Author: Daily News