(Photos Credit: Google) Two dead, seven injured as car rams into roadside passengers Two persons died on Saturday as a Toyota Sienna car rammed into commuters at Kudigbe, along Arigbajo, on the Lagos-Abeokuta highway, Ogun State. (Photos Credit: Daily Post)
Two people have died while seven others sustained varying degree of injuries on Saturday when Toyota Sienna car rammed into some commuters at Kudigbe, around Arigbajo, on the Lagos Abeokuta expressway, The Spokesperson, Ogun State Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps (TRACE, Babatunde Akinbiyi, confirmed this in a terse statement made available to our correspondent in Abeokuta.
A dead body of a teenager is lying along " Wasinmi" section of Lagos Abeokuta A dead body of a teenager is lying along " Wasinmi" section of Lagos Abeokuta express Road
Attention of relevant health authority in Ogun State is hereby drawn that a lifeless body of a teenage girl is lying on the road at iporo wasinmi axis of Lagos Abeokuta high way. It was observed by PraizeTeam media while passing through the axis around 5:30pm on Saturday 19th December 2020 , that the body which is by the right hand side of the road while going back to Abeokuta is still fresh on the road as the lifeless body is gladed in a light pink readymade dress. A quick response of relevant body both at
The Ogun State government said the Federal Ministry of Public Works and Housing, together with its Ministry of Public Works and Infrastructure, had finalized plans to undertake palliative works on critical sections of the road. Sango-Ota-Idiroko, from the Sango Under bridge to Ojuore. State government chief press secretary Kunle Somorin said in a statement on Tuesday.
Information gathered via Ogun State Chief Press Secretary identified by Kunle Somorin said, the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing in collaboration with Ogun State Ministry of Works and Infrastructure has finalised their plans to embark on palliative work on critical sections on Sango-Ota-Idiroko Road, starting from Sango Under bridge to Ojuore.
Tragedy in ogun state as a trailer crushes car this evening in sango ota, along Lagos-Abeokuta express way due to brake failure. A trailer fully loaded with flour crushes car at sango ota this evening due to a brake failure. The disaster which happens today, Tuesday 8th of December, have put some people in sorrow and unexpected business loss due to the damages and severe injuries incurred by some of the people in the environment. The incident which happens at ojuore in sango otta ogun state this evening
A two axis vehicle, trailer loaded with drinks has fell earlier today along Lagos-Abeokuta expressway at Abule Egba axis of Lagos state. This has resulted to a total traffic jam along the road as vehicles find it difficult pass the road at the moment. The trailer loaded with Nigeria Breweries beer, Goldberg nearly up-turned along the road inward Iyana Ipaja area of Lagos. It was unfortunate that, a Danfo bus was affected as the trailer fell on the bus along the road. However, it is yet to be known if there
Commuters were held in traffic at Onihale section of Lagos Abeokuta express way on Saturday 28 November 2020 due to the effect of bad road and ongoing Construction work going on at that section of the road. The traffic congestion was further triggered by a downpour that was experienced at about 3 pm. The traffic situation was worsened as a result of motorist who took to one-way.The resultant effect causes the entire road to be blocked with no road visible for traffic. Motorist had to turn back enroute sango-Ijoko
In 2017, the Muhammadu-Buhari led government announced the commencement of the Lagos-Ibadan railway project. The project was to be handled by the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC). It was to run simultaneously with the Kaduna-Kano and the Calabar-Port Harcourt rail lines. The first phase of the project was the Lagos-Abeokuta rail and at the moment, the tracks have been fully laid with trains running through both cities since February last year. The gauge railway line started from Iju
Gov. Abiodun Joined The Min. Of Transport, To Inspect The Lagos-Abeokuta Standard Gauge Rail(Photos)
Mr Joe Igbokwe has taken to his verified facebook profile to share photos of the inspection visit on the Lagos-Abeokuta-Ibadan standard gauge rail , by the Minister of transportation, Rt.Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi who was joined on the occasion by Governor Dapo Abiodun at its train station in Laderin.
Former Nigeria President Olusegun Obasanjo has aired his view on the latest happenings here in the country. According to the Former Nigeria President, the present condition of the country shows that Nigeria isn't prepared for God's kingdom. Recalling what he did during his administration when he was in power, the former president said there are decisions he took, which is the reason the tomb of the Founder of the Eternal Sacred Order of the Cherubim and Seraphim Church, St Moses Orimolade is still intact. Source:
As the nation was basking in the euphoria of her 60th independent day celebrations, tragedy has once again been recorded in the midst of the celebration as yet another Carnage was recorded on the Lagos Abeokuta express way precisely at Awowo village near Abeokuta. The accident which involved an Eight passenger seated bus marked FKJ 97 XY has claimed 2 lives and having 6 injured. The bus according to the Spokesman of the State Traffic And Enforcement Agency,Trace Commander Babatunde Akinbiyi was heading to Abeokuta
Former Nobel laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka has said that because of Sanity, one has to say that the rule of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retired), does not exist. He, however, praised the new Lagos-Abeokuta and Ibadan Ibadan railway line, But describing it as a long-standing project. Soyinka made the remarks in a recent interview with Kaftan TV, Which is also supervised by the Punch Newspaper. Speaking on the new train, the Nobel laureate said he did not want to talk about the Buhari government
With valuable time of commuters wasted daily on major highway in the country , it has become imperative for federal Government of Nigeria to be proactive on ways to address the challenge Most Federal roads are usually left to decay beyond pallatives before officials in charge could take any responsibility on them Many a time some roads in the country are usually referred to as Federal roads, but the question is ,do we have Federal people who ply this roads? , the answer isl NO. Since there are no Federal people
The insecurities in Lagos State remains at large as okada riders and policemen clash along Lagos-Abeokuta expressway by ikeja. Residents are adviced to keep their heads down and stay safe. It wasn't long ago that Lagos task force officers also clashed with okada riders and caused chaos in the affected community. There are daily complaints about how okada riders suffer in the hands of officers of the law, and how they hinder them from gathering enough money from their daily hustle. This is exactly what happens
Commercial motorcycle riders in Lagos, better known as Okada, are fighting in the best possible way, when the Lagos State government banned their operations on city roads and on the streets in February. On Wednesday, November 18, 2020, Okada drivers working around the Ikeja-Along bus stand on the Lagos-Abeokuta road, opposed the efforts of Lagos State officials to seize the bike. Motorcycles gathered and registered the bad social workers they called ‘local boys’, and forced the workers to get into their
According to reports today, a tragic accident happened today as at about 8:25am in the morning.Reports stated that the accident occurred at Obada area in Abeokuta state.According to report, the Accident claimed the life of a woman.
Riders of Commercial motorbikes in Lagos, who are prevalently called Okada riders, are retaliating in the most gruesome way, after the Lagos State government confined their routes to downtown streets and roads in February. On Wednesday, November 18, 2020, Okada riders who work around the Ikeja-Along transport terminal , on the Lagos-Abeokuta interstate, opposed endeavors by staff of the Lagos State taskforce to seize their bicycles. The bikers pulled together and enrolled the administrations of social scoundrels
A fully-loaded petrol tanker on Wednesday, November 4, fell and spilled its content at Bajomo Street opposite Runsewe Estate at Ahmadiyya Bus Stop on the Toll Gate area of the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway and emergency officials are warning residents of the area to exercise utmost caution. The petrol tanker, which was said to be coming from Iyana Ipaja, fell around 9.00 a.m. following excessive speed which the driver could not control while negotiating a corner, thereby having the tanker detached from the head
According to the report captured by newsmen this evening, "Motorists were on Wednesday stranded as the aggrieved students of D S Adegbenro Polytechnic, Itori, Ogun State blocked the Abeokuta-Lagos Expressway." Report has it that, the protest that took place by the poly students led to traffic gridlock as many travellers were stranded for some hours.