It was such a tragedy on Wednesday afternoon as 13 people were said to have lost their lives in a ghastly accident as a white Mazda bus collided with a blue Volvo truck on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. Reports gathered claimed that the commercial bus and the truck crashed into each other around the Wichtech Company in Ogun State, close to the end of the expressway.
If not for divine providence, only God could have known what would have happened to motorists and BRT passengers when a trailer carrying bags of cement had its head detached from the body, causing the body of the vehicle to crash into the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) lane and emptying its contents.
Another tragedy struck this morning around Christopher University along Lagos-Ibadan Express Way as five person's were confirmed dead while four person's were seriously injured in an auto crash between a truck and a bus driver. This was made known to newsmen by the divisional commander, Ogun Traffic Compliance and Enforcement corps, Mr. Olusola Ojuoro on Thursday.
At least five persons have lost their lives in a deadly road accident which took place along the Mowe axis of the Lagos-Ibadan highway on Wednesday, January 13, 2021. The deadly car crash took place around 2:45 pm at Danliti U-turn. The deadly car crash involved a Mazda bus with registration number EPE 575 XA and a truck with registration number APP 397 YA. According to eyewitness reports, the driver of the Mazda bus was largely at fault. The Mazda bus allegedly rammed into the truck as it was trying to make
The accident happened in the afternoon on Wednesday the 13th of January, 2021 not fewer than five (5) people dead and sixteen (16) persons seriously injured along Lagos-Ibadan highway in Ogun State. The tragedy took place around Mowe axis at Danliti U-turn. Five people were killed on the spot leaving sixteen people injured, the accident involved a truck and bus. The bus ran into the truck while trying to make a turn at Danliti U-turn. The truck was trying to make a turn at Danliti U-turn when the driver of the
Lagos State Government on Tuesday said that at least17 major markets in the state have been quarantined for disinfection exercise to prevent bird flu. The state government added that these markets were known to be major locations for bird purchase in the state. Olaleye, Somolu; and Awolowo Markets and Mushin Main Market; Bolade (Arena) Market, Oshodi and Mile 12 Market, were all listed. Others are: Ketu, Kosofe; Ejina, Ikorodu and Agege Isale Oja Markets; Agege Oja Oba; Abattoir , Agege; Idera New Garage Ma