By Ivan Mwine
At this rate either NTV journalists need prayers or they should appease their ancestors such that can stop dying mysteriously.
Because as you read this, the TV station has lost another journalist under unclear circumstances, a few days after James Babalanda, who was also a scribe with the same media house passed on.
The latest NTV scribe to breath huis last has been identified as Milton Opaco, who was the NTV Uganda Soroti correspondent.
Sources reveal that Opaco died Friday morning as he headed to the field to cover an event in Soroti city.
It is said that Opaco who was being ridden on a boda-boda when he reportedly collapsed, before dying shortly thereafter.
However, his demise comes a few days after that of Babalanda, who was a journalist with NTV and Daily Monitor.
Although the cause of his death is still a mystery, it is said that Babalanda was found dead in his house in Mukono last month by his friends who had gone to check on him after failing to contact him through his known phone numbers.
The unexplained deaths have however left many of their fellow scribes with unanswered questions, whereby many are wondering whether these deaths are as a result of natural causes of there is some foul play involved.