Magufuli mourns Inspector Ryoba

In a statement issued by the Directorate of Presidential Communications, President Magufuli, asked the IGP to accept his sincere condolences saying that collectively they had lost a hardworking and competent person.
“I have received the news of the death of your aide and his family. It is a very painful incident. I am aware of the pain that you are going through from the loss of a hard working person,” read part of the statement. In the incident, eight people died.
Six of them were family members of the late Ryoba, who were in the motor vehicle. Two more bodies were recovered after the water level subdued. The passengers who perished in the car were Ryoba and his wife, Fidea Kondo and two children namely Gabriel and Godwin. Others were the driver of the ill-fated vehicle, Corporal Ramadhani and a housemaid identified by one name of Sara.
The family was travelling from Geita to Dar es Salaam on the fateful day. Apart from the six passengers in the vehicle; two more were also recovered from the stream during the rescue operation Dodoma Regional Police Commissioner (RPC), David Misime, said the late Inspector Ryoba was the bridge between low rank officers and the police leadership.
According to the Police force, Inspector Ryoba joined Moshi Police Academy in 2004. After graduating he was posted to Dar es Salaam. Later he joined University of Dar es Salaam and graduated with Bachelor degree of Education.
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