Saturday, 21 July 2018

Nigerian Professor involve in a motor accident "No one attempted to help" he says(photos)

A Nigerian Professor of English, Pius Adesanmi, was involved in an accident along Oyo-Ogbomosho road on Wednesday.

Mr Adesanmi, who narrated his ordeal to Premium Times in a telephone interview. He lamented how no help came for him and other victims of the accident for almost two hours after the accident.
The don said he was on his way to Lagos from Ilorin to board a flight to Dakar for an important meeting.
Between Oyo and Ogbomosho, his vehicle – a Nissan- had a head-on collision with a car from Ibadan (a Toyota Privia).
“Two hours after the accident, no help came. The evacuation culture was zero,” he said.

He further explained how the people just gathered at the scene of the accident, wondering and shouting. Others were screaming and cursing. No one attempted to help.
Mr Adesanmi narrated how he passed out several times. He said a taxi driver eventually “came to his senses”, about two hours after the accident, and took the victims to the hospital.
He explained that they were taken to a general hospital in Oyo town where they spent another two hours before they were attended to.
It is, however, not clear the number of victims involved in the accident and their present condition as the telephone connection went dead and subsequent efforts to reach the professor was not successful.

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