Incumbent Kazo Member of Parliament Hon. Dan Kimosho is in the spotlight after family members of his deceased predecessor Gordon Bafaki have linked him to the mysterious accident that claimed the life of their beloved one.
In the coming two days, it will make a year since Hon. Bafaki died along the Northern bypass as he returned from Kiruhura district where he had just graced the MK movement homecoming rally.
According to one family member who prayed not to be named, there is a possibility of foul play in the demise of the former legislator. The source alleges that Hon. Kimosho and his team imposed a mechanical condition on the vehicle to make it appear that the deceased Bafaki would die in an accident.
“The vehicle’s mechanical condition was compromised by Hon. Kimosho who thought that our uncle, Bafaki’s closeness to the first son Muhoozi Kainerugaba would cost him his MP seat in 2026,” a family member says. “We are convinced that Hon. Kimosho and his mafia gang staged that accident. It is so unfortunate that people can now kill just to consolidate their MP positions,” the source furiously ranted.
The Kampala Traffic police report corroborates with the family suspicions as the findings indicated that Hon. Bafaki’s Toyota Land cruiser TX registration number UBD 965E suffered a faulty braking system that prompted it to knock the rear body of a trailer with a Kenyan registration number KBZ539Z/ZC.
MP Kimosho was unavailable to respond to the allegations by press time. Indeed, Kimosho is now in the top ranks of the MK Movement having successfully eliminated his predecessor who would have occupied his seat in the 2026 polls.
On June 15th, the family of the deceased Hon. Bafaki will hold annual prayers to celebrate his life and legacy.