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Opinion: If You Want to Live Long, Stop Using These Nigerian Roads At Night To Avoid Early Death.

While we all know that alone God can save and also protect lives, it's also important to note some certain precautions to take that can guarantee the God's protection over our lives.

In Nigeria today, the major means or type of human transportation is the "road transportation" and unfortunately many major roads in Nigeria are below the standard of a Good road. Some Nigerian roads are in a very bad condition, in fact some of these roads has resulted to the death of many Nigerians.

We all know that good roads contribute a lot to peaceful and safe movement of vehicle (cars). A good road will definitely reduce the chance of any eventual motor accident.

Having noted some bad roads in Nigeria which has claimed many lives or which accident has occur regularly in it along, it's important to advice that if you want to live long as a Nigerian; you should avoid making use of these following road at night.

Here are some of the Nigerian roads you should avoid using at night if you want to live long:

The federal road along Ajaokuta Local government area of Kogi state is one among the Nigerian roads that people should avoiding risking to travel at night. That road is badly damaged that can result to a terrible accident, therefore it is advisable to avoid using that road at night to ensure you safety.

The other one is the Okene-Lokoja road, despite the fact that the potholes on the road are been patched right now, it's of a great advice that you avoid traveling along the road in the night. Perhaps those drivers who are conversant with the road can risk traveling along that road due to the fact that they can dodge some of the bad spots on the road.

The other bad road in Nigeria that people should try to avoid using at night is Enugu to Onitsha road or the Onitsha road to Okene, Kogi state.

May God protect our lives, Amin.

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