(PHOTOS): Motorist loses control over brake failure, rams into other vehicles in Lagos
A motorist on Monday evening lost control of his vehicle as a result of brake failure at a road in Lagos State, ramming into a number of vehicles in the process. The accident occurred at Oja Oba underneath Jubilee Bridge inward Charity when the driver of a Lexus Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) suddenly lost control of the vehicle as a result of brake failure and rammed into a number of cars.
Today's Headlines: Don’t Rule Nigeria Like Buhari–CAN Tells Tinubu; ISWAP Kills 2 Soldiers In Borno
Don’t Rule Nigeria Like Buhari–CAN Tells Tinubu Photo Credit: Punch Newspaper The Vice President of CAN, Rev . Dr. Stephen Baba-Panya spoke in Jos on Saturday on the sidelines of the installation of Rev Ayuba Asheshe as the new General Secretary of the Evangelical Church Winning All which held at the ECWA Headquarters in Jos on Saturday.
Today's Headlines: Kuti Lambasts Obidients, David Hundeyin For Mocking Him Over Police Detention; Ooni Of Ife Unveils New Wife
Kuti Lambasts Obidients, David For Mocking Him Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters Nigerian Afrobeat singer, Seun Kuti, has lambasted journalist David Hundeyin and supporters of Peter Obi, the candidate of the Labour Party in the 2023 presidential election, popularly known as ‘Obidients’ for condemning him after he was caught on video slapping a policeman.
Top PDP Officers Resign, Meet APC Governor| TRAGIC: Gunmen Behead Youth Leader|
PDP Director Of Media, Others Resign, Meet Yahaya Bello The former Director of Media for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Kogi State, Honourable Onibiyo Dayo (Yagba East), Folunsho Mamood (Lokoja), Stephen Bankole (Yagba) and other party members recently resigned from the main opposition party.
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Today's Headlines: Imo PDP asks Tinubu to intervene in the kidnap of 2 Catholic Priest, Thanks for believing and going to court - Buhari
The Leadership of the Imo state Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, on Sunday called on the President-Elect, Bola Tinubu to intervene in the continued kidnap of catholic priests, killings in Imo state, alleging that Governor Hope Uzodimma, has lost the capacity to handle insecurity in the state.
Ajaka Counters Yahaya Bello’s Claim, Says Kogi Govt Attacked Him
In a stunning turn of events on Saturday, the Kogi administration was accused of lying in its report regarding the incident that happened close to Lokoja, the state capital, by the SDP candidate through his spokesman, Faruk Adejoh-Audu. Alhaji Ajaka reported that at around 3 o'clock, gunmen personally led by the governor of Kogi State ambushed his convoy at the ram market.
Container crushes cart pusher to death in Lagos, driver flees
A truck driver has fled an accident scene after crushing a yet- to- be- identified wheel-barrow pusher to death in the Dopemu area of Lagos, Punch reports. The incident was made public in a statement by the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority(LASTMA). The statement noted that an official of LASTMA, Badmus Abdul- Akeem led a rescue team to the scene where it was discovered that the victim had given up the ghost.
Kidnap Of 2 Catholic Priest: Imo PDP Tells Tinubu To Intervene
According to VanguardNews, the leadership of the Imo State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Sunday called on President-elect Bola Tinubu to intervene in the ongoing kidnapping of Catholic priests and killings in Imo State, claiming that Gov. Hope Uzodimma has lost the ability to deal with the deal with insecurity in the state. PDP Public Affairs Secretary Collins Opurozor made the call while speaking to journalists in Owerri about the spate of attacks and kidnappings of clerics in Imo since last week. According
Today's Headlines: Obi Tenders $460k Forfeiture Judgment Against Tinubu; Car Crushes Three To Death In Ogun
Obi tenders $460,000 forfeiture judgment against Tinubu Photo credit: Punch Newspapers The Labour Party and its presidential candidate, Peter Obi, on Tuesday, opened their case at the Presidential Election Petition Court in Abuja, where they are challenging the emergence of President Bola Tinubu as the winner of the February 25 presidential election.
Two killed Instantly As Bus Driver Falls Asleep While Driving Along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
According to DAILY POST,another horrible auto crash surfaced along Lagos-Ibadan highway after the driver of a commercial bus fell asleep while driving,causing him to collide heavily with a stationary truck parked by the roadside,which led to his gruesome death as well as that of his motor boy before he could regain consciousness and control the vehicle.
Final Year UNICAL Student Who Works As A Bolt Driver Killed By Carjackers
Francis Atabi, a 25-year-old final year student of Education and Political Science at the University of Calabar (UNICAL) who works as a part time Bolt Driver has been killed by suspected carjackers at the Mary Slessor roundabout, Calabar, Cross River State. According to punchng.com, he was said to have given the suspects a ride around 8pm on Friday night.
Four Killed as Driver Rams Car into Truck in Ogun State
A devastating road crash on the Lagos-Ibadan highway resulted in the loss of four lives when a driver, distracted by using his phone, collided with a moving truck. The incident occurred in the early hours of Saturday near Rain Oil Petrol Station, opposite Mountain Top University.
Error in signaling system led to train crash that killed 275 people in India, official says
Fifteen people have died after a passenger train collided with a freight train in eastern India. The crash occurred at a time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi is focusing on the modernization of the British colonial-era railroad network in India, which has become the world’s most populous country with 1.42 billion people.
Four people killed in Lagos-Ibadan Expressway crash
The Ogun State Sector Command of the Federal Roads Safety Corps (FRSC) has confirmed the death of four people in a crash on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. The accident occurred in the early hours of Saturday around Mountain Top University. The FRSC said two other people survived the crash with minor injuries.
Today's Headlines: Buhari Seeks Approval Of N226bn, $556.8m, £98.5m To Pay Debts; 2 Died In Accident
Buhari Seeks Approval Of N226bn, $556.8m, £98.5m To Pay Debts Photo Credit: Vanguard Newspaper PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has written the Senate, seeking the approval of the request to pay the judgement debt in the sum of $566,754,584.31, £98,526,012.00 and N226,281,801,881.64 owed by the Federal government.
Today's Headlines: Court orders Buhari's gov't to account for $460m Chinese loan; FG sacks FAAN MD
Court orders Buhari's gov't to account for $460m Chinese loan Photo Credit: PM News A Federal High Court in Abuja last week ordered the government of President Muhammadu Buhari to account for the spending of $460 million Chinese loan to fund the failed Abuja Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) project.
Reckless Driver Rams Into Motorcycle, Kills Four Family Members In Ghastly Accident
According to DAILY POST,it was regrettably reported that a reckless driver of a commercial vehicle collided with a motorcycle which was transporting some family members including a 2-year-old child in the Babura Local Government Area LGA of Jigawa state, leaving no survivors after the terrible auto crash.