- The convoy of Deputy Governor of Lagos State Dr. Obafemi Hamzat escaped a fatal accident on Thursday, January 6th
- The incident involving the Brigadier convoy is said to have occurred around 6:05 p.m. at the Adebayo Kuku intersection on Alfred Rewane Road turned up
- Fortunately, no people were killed after the accident, as the deputy governor quickly restored peace at the scene
< p class = "align-left"> Lagos – A tragedy was averted on Thursday January 6th when the convoy of Deputy Governor of Lagos State Dr Obafemi Hamzat was hit by the brigadier’s convoy .
Vanguard reports that the near miss at Adebayo Kuku Junction on Alfred Rewane Road in Lagos state around 6:05 p.m. after reports reported that the brigadier general’s vehicle skipped one red traffic light.
It was determined that the deputy The trampling governor is said to have quickly applied wisdom and restored peace to the scene when the other convoy was ready for a showdown. Madam Ejiro Clement, an eyewitness who told the newspaper the event said the incident occurred while Hamzat’s convoy was driving from Marina to Osborne.
The eyewitness further noted that the brigadier’s convoy hit one of Hamzat’s sparrows and was doing it damaged.
Three dead, 17 injured in Lagos accident on the Ibadan expressway
In another report by the Nigerian Tribune, 3 people were identified as dead confirmed, while 17 others were injured in an accident on Wednesday 5th January.
The tragic incident involving a Ford bus in the Sandcrete area of the Lagos-Ibadan expressway Occurred at 1:30 pm and was hit by a blown tire, excessive speed and loss of control caused.
The sector commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Ogun, Ahmed Umar, confirmed the incident in Abeokuta.
The sector commander stated that 20 people were involved in the accident, six men and 14 women.
Police car lost control, officer killed, 8 others injured in Ekiti
Eight of the officers of the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) were also seriously injured in the accident.
Confirmed the incident, confirmed the PR officer of the police (PPRO) in Ekiti, ASP Sunday Abutu, announced that the accident occurred in response to an emergency call from the Division Police in Ikole Ekiti.
New Year’s Eve tragedy: Pastor, 6 others die after insecting a sick woman Yenagoa Hospital brought search for oxygen
Meanwhile, Ogboinbiri Township in Southern Ijaw Township became the federal government State of Bayelsa mourned after the death of a 39-year-old pastor and six other people.
The victims died prematurely in a boat accident on New Year’s Eve. Two boats are said to have collided and capsized on Friday afternoon, December 31st.
The pastor identified as Salvation Degema, 39, was the general overseer of God’s Supernatural Church in settled in the community.