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Thursday, 1 June 2017

NDDC MD’s Convoy in Road Mishap at Ikot Abasi

The convoy of the Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, Mr Nsima. U. Ekere has been involved in a road mishap.




The incident occurred at Essene Junction, opposite Regina Caeli in Ikot Abasi Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, when a fuel tanker ran into the pilot vehicle carrying policemen attached to the NDDC Managing Director who was on his way to Calabar to receive the Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo.

The tanker driver, who apparently lost control of his vehicle, also hit a motorcyclist and his passenger. The passenger died from the impact while the rider sustained serious injuries.

The victims were immediately taken to a nearby hospital where they are receiving urgent medical attention for injuries. Unfortunately, two of the policemen could not be saved.

Members of the entourage in other vehicles were unhurt in the unfortunate incident

31 comments:

  1. Oh Abasi mi mbok




    @Galore

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  2. Am I perturbed? Not at all
    The evil that men do, that man had better do the needful else worse things are coming for him.
    Pay Nddc proposed 2015/2016 scholarships funds and don't make innocent people suffer for your lack of ignorance of proposing awards to them to study abroad and still can't foot their bills till now.
    No hard feelings, just airing my view.

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    1. That did not affect the man, is the innocent that got killed

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    2. 2015/2016? Was he the MD then? Worst things affecting who? SMH

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    3. "Ur lack of ignorance" or ur ignorance?

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  3. Not Ikot abasi... Calabar ITU highway.






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    1. What are we going to do about that road mbok?


      Since all these years... Both Cross river and AKWA ibom government refuse to do anything on that road

      Just from @Calabar to Uyo that should take one not up to 45 minute... You stay in that bad road and traffic for hours, not one hour, I mean hours



      I am tired mbok





      God preserve me and my loved ones when ever we play that road. Amen.
      @Galore

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    2. Galore.... This would have been avoided if they had little respect for other road users.

      The road is not that bad tho... You should have seen my face when the convoy flew pass me. ...

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    3. @Sugar.. I thank God for your life ufan



      @Galore

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    4. Is Regina Caeli on calabar itu way, sugar you're lying.

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    5. @Sugar, this accident happened on the way to my village yesterday opposite Regina ceoli college. Incidentally I just arrived the scene of the accident few minutes after.
      I have some pictures I managed to snap. The police everywhere trying to control the crowd. My village boy died as well. The sight was gory abeg. Meanwhile, na six people die oh while others were rushed to the hospital. I learnt one policeman died on the way. So sad

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    6. #Apologies... I got the wrong Info.

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    7. But I saw his convoy in same speed... Got me wondering.

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  4. Tanker drivers go just dey kill people anyhow.

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  5. RIP to the souls lost..
    Quick recovery to the injured

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  6. im tempted to say "very good". But since it involves life, i wont. however, i have one question, must they all have convoys?

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    1. I don't know about convoys, but Nsima Ekere always has a pilot car then his own.

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  7. I served in Ikot Abasi in Ukpum Okon Comprehensive Secondary School to be precise. Regina Coeli was just a stone throw from my place. Akwa Ibom State has some of the best roads in the South if not the best. So this has nothing to do with bad roads i'm going to attribute it to something more sinister. In the eleven months I stayed there I witnessed freak accidents that will make your blood run cold especially on Ette road and Ikot Akan Junction. I remember the time a trailer ran into the house of a woman sitting in front of her house on that same Essene road very close to Regina Coeli, the woman died on the spot, her legs were crushed by the trailer. What about that time a tanker carrying feul tipped over on Ikot Akan Junction and burnt all the taxis carrying passengers to Uyo (thank God no one died) or that time two corp members almost lost their lives while going for CDS on that same road. No be today my people, it is only what we see in the physical that we can explian.

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    1. @cinwon Emmanuel, you are very correct. That's my village, the roads are good but curvy and the number of accidents recorded every week is terrifying. God help us oh.

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  8. Stella of life, you hear say pastor Chris of "Our Daily Manner" (ODM) phone sex tape done come out? Abeg carry the gist cone her Joe....

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    1. Haaa

      World people

      Why shouting



      @Galore

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  9. The police officers can die,I hate police officers and wish all of them death,they are very wicked people, it's good that only them left,they habe murdered people so I guess it's karma paying back.

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  10. When Tanker Drivers Are Not Even Licensed To Drive big Truck Like that, that's what happens, they keep loosing control.

    May their souls rest in peace and quick recovery to the wounded.

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  11. I think our road needs banking which is what has been making auto mobiles to skid. Hmm!! They always drive and break rules like they created the road themselves.

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  12. I'm sorry about the accident but I guess the spirit of the scholarship students that they are owing isn't really happy with them. May the soul of the departed rest in peace.

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  13. @Musiza, That I know for sure...

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