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Saturday, May 07 2016

Pemba Sports Africa CEO, Jack Pemba, was yesterday enjoying the cool sunny Kampala weather in his Audi A5 convertible when he knocked slightly a government vehicle. The maroon Jeep Cherokee was probably waiting for a security check at Kampala Serena Hotel right opposite Crested Towers.

The occupant in the Jeep turned out to be the embattled National Social Security Fund Deputy MD. Geraldine Sssali. Jack Pemba staggered out of his ride to come and assess the impact. The two are seen trying to figure out how to sort out the mess.

Jack Pemba trying to explain after the accident

Traffic officers were at the scene within no time and like in most cases, the two drivers are given a chance to sort themselves out, police would only take up the matter when the two parties fail to reach a consensus.

Meanwhile, Pemba was running late for his other engagements, he called for a back up vehicle and within minutes, a gold Mercedes ML 350 was on sight to take him to his next destination. Pemba jumped into the Merc and off they went leaving the Jeep driver and others to figure out what to do next.

It's said that he advised them to get back to him with the total cost for the repairs.

Jack Pemba's ML 350 came juts in time to rescue him

The sports philanthropist could not leave his Audi car key behind so the Boda Boda guys had to help push the convertible Audi to the side to clear the road for other motorists.

The Audi A5 convertible being pushed to the side

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