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Stephen Mumbo PwC issues statement on Manager who died after falling from 17th floor

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Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) has issued a statement on the manager who died after falling from the 17th floor of Delta Towers, on Friday.

In the statement, the company confirmed that Stephen Mumbo was their employee and he fell to death on Friday morning, adding that investigations into the matter were ongoing.

Steve fell off 17th floor early this morning. Investigations are ongoing by relevant authorities,” read part of the statement signed by the Senior Regional Partner Peter Ngahu.

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play PwC statement (Courtesy)
 

Other reports indicate that Stephen Mumbo who was an Assistant Manager at PwC was rushed to the Agha Khan hospital but succumbed to injuries.

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