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Saturday, 8 July 2017

Tragedy At Ojota

This Morning a Container fell on two fully loaded commercial buses at Ojota, Lagos...what a pity!!!




 

25 comments:

  1. I pray no life was lost. But this issue of container falling on a busy road should be looked into. That was how a young lady lost two of her legs sometime ago. May God protect us

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    1. Exactly. .i don't know what Lagos state government is doing.. Just imagine.. God protect us all.


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    2. The lady died. Very unfortunate circumstance

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  2. Jesus!May God save us from unforseen palava.

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  3. May the souls of the departed rest in peace through the mercy of God..

    God please keep us away from danger.Amen

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  4. So sad, heard they were two buses

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  5. And yet the government won't bann them from moving during day time. Why are we playing with people's life?

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  6. These trucks ehnn,I'm always so scared of them. This is so sad..
    Unsuspecting victims,just this morning..Uhmm..

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  7. Cathryn Praise8 July 2017 at 13:19

    To think my sibling was there this morning oh! This might have happened after she left . God!

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  8. We are protected by God in our going out and coming in...

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  9. I thought ambode said trailers and co should only move at night. Too much talk yet no action.

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  10. Why can't these containers be away from busy places? Fully loaded buses? I shudder at the harm that would result in.

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  11. This is so sad. That was how the bus I boarded yesterday was competing with a truck driver, we had to scream at the driver to let him go abeg.

    LSG just don't want to do something about these truck drivers. This naija tire me.

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  12. As much as this saddens me, as a player in this industry, restricting movement to only night time is almost impossible. I mean, as it is, the Apapa roads are in a horrible state. Movement out of the ports is a problem as it is and to further restrict movement to night time only, will only add more pressure to everyone in the industry not forgetting the economic pressures as well.

    Finally, one way or the other na still us go suffer am.

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  13. As much as this saddens me, as a player in this industry, restricting movement to only night time is almost impossible. I mean, as it is, the Apapa roads are in a horrible state. Movement out of the ports is a problem as it is and to further restrict movement to night time only, will only add more pressure to everyone in the industry not forgetting the economic pressures as well.

    Finally, one way or the other na still us go suffer am.

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