During the former President Goodluck Jonathan’s convoy on Wednesday, one of the vehicles was involved in a horrendous accident.
According to reports, no fewer than two people were killed and two others, both of whom were police officers, were seriously injured in the accident.
According to our source, one of the vehicles overran the speed limit and rammed into another vehicle.
The accident occurred around 4:30 p.m. in the area of Bill Clinton Drive in the Federal Capital Territory.
During the incident, it was learned that the former president was on his way from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport to his residence in Abuja at the time.
It was also reported that the former president was unharmed, while those who were injured were taken to the National Hospital for treatment.
When contacted, Bisi Kazeem, Public Education Officer for the Federal Road Safety Commission Corps, confirmed that the incident had occurred.
He, on the other hand, stated that those who were rushed to the hospital are responding to treatment.
“It was his convoy,” Kazeem explained. The accident did not affect him in any way, and his vehicle was not involved in it. The vehicles in his convoy were involved in a collision, and two people died and two others were taken to the national hospital for treatment and rehabilitation. Only seven automobiles were involved in the accident.”
Tayo Haastrup, the Public Relations Officer of the National Hospital in Abuja, confirmed the incident as well as the existence of the incident.
“The former president was not involved; it was one of the convoys,” he clarified, adding, “We have two of them, and they are both very steady.”