- A Facebook user identified as It's Ini David has narrated how he narrowly escaped death
- David revealed that he was to board a bus from Abuja to Lagos but changed his mind on entering the one available and waited for the next bus
- On getting to Ife, himself and his colleagues discovered that the bus they refused to enter was involved in a fatal accident
Life is precious and every moment one is alive should be considered a blessing. A Nigerian man identified on Facebook as It's Ini David has shared details of how he narrowly escaped death recently.
David shared photos on social media and narrated the event that killed many on April 7. According to him, he was to board a bus from Abuja to Lagos with his colleagues but he changed his mind at the last minute and decided to wait for the second bus.
As he left the first bus, he stated that a pretty corps member asked him why he had chosen to exit the bus and he revealed that he just felt like. Unknowingly to him. it was his spirit protecting him from what he later found out was a final journey.
He revealed that on his way to Lagos in the second bus, he was led by his spirit to say a prayer and as they got to Ife, to their shock, they saw the first bus in the bush.
It was gathered that the bus rammed into a truck, killing everyone on board including the young corps member that had asked him a question before they took off.
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Here are photos from the accident scene as people gathered around to pray for the souls which were lost.
Meanwhile, there was tragedy along the Ijebu-Ode/Benin expressway in Ogun state on Sunday, April 7.
It all started when a private Lexus Jeep plunged into the river, killing a woman and injuring her daughter. This was confirmed by the public relations office of the state's Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps (TRACE).
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