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24 Hours Later Body Of An Accident Victim Still Lies At Same Spot In Ibadan

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The body of an old man, who was knocked down by a hit and run commercial motorcyclist (Okada) at Dugbe road in Ibadan, Oyo State, is still left lying at same spot 24 hours after the accident.



According to Kehinde who witnessed the accident, residents of the area seem not to care about
the lifeless body of the deceased, as they went about their normal business like nothing happened.

Here’s what he wrote;


“Ok this is serious…I closed from work and witnessed an accident around 8:40pm yesterday, old man was knocked down by one okada rider at this very busy dugbe junction in ibadan, OYO state….OK 24hrs later I came back to pay “Nepa bills” exactly 11:15am at that same junction and to my greatest surprise I found the lifeless body of that man still lying there and nobody seems to care about it.”









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Posted by Maxi Reuben On February 28, 2017

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