4 UNIABUJA Male Students were Confirm as Dead Casualty in a car accident

Four students of university of Abuja, have passed on in a mischance which happened on Tuesday night at Gwako town, on the Abuja-Lokoja street.

A witness said the mishap, which occurred about a kilometer to Gwagwalada happened at around 10:12p.m. after a Peugeot 406 auto originating from Zuba pivot veered from its path and slammed into an approaching trailer.

He said the Peugeot auto driver kept running into a profound pothole, lost control of his auto and slammed head-on into the unmarked trailer, slaughtering all its four inhabitants on the spot.

“The Peugeot auto somersaulted subsequent to hitting a pothole and crashed into a Daf trailer which was originating from Lokoja. The four inhabitants of the auto and the driver passed on the spot,” he said.

He said safeguard group of the Gwagwalada unit charge of the Government Street Security Corps (FRSC), which was alarmed, arrived the scene and emptied the bodies to the funeral home in Gwagwalada.

Our columnist, who was at the scene at around 9:00a.m. recently, saw as a few drivers halted at the scene shaken by the destruction of the Peugeot auto, while some cops were additionally observed at the scene.
Responding, the FCT division officer of the FRSC, Sunday E.Oghenekaro, confirmed the mishap saying the four individuals who kicked the bucket were all understudies of the College of Abuja, Gwagwalada.

He faulted the mischance for extreme speeding by the Peugeot driver.

“So the counsel for the most part is that guardians must guarantee they abstain from offering access to vehicles to their youngsters when they have not been prepared and authorized to drive,” he said.

He included that,” it is exceptionally heartbreaking that those youngsters should have been in school at that time.”

The Representative of the college, Waziri Garba affirmed that four of their students kicked the bucket in the Tuesday night mischance, which he depicted as terrible.

He however said the school specialist is yet to distinguish the students and which divisions they have a place with. “We are told they are our understudies.

Now and then we would prefer not to uncover it since we need to find out and educate the guardians above all else,” he said.

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