- Some accident victims have been rescued after a crash happened in front of the convoy of a Nigerian senator in Adamawa state
- Senator Ishaku Elisha Abbo immediately stopped his convoy and asked that the victims be taken to the hospital and he followed suit
- The senator also ensured that the medical bills of the victims are taken care of immediately
- Abbo who is one of the youngest lawmakers in the upper chamber of the National Assembly is known for his philanthropic gestures
The senator representing Adamawa senatorial zone in the Nigerian Senate, Ishaku Elisha Abbo on Friday, November 13 rescued some victims of a motor accident along the Hong-Mubi road in Adamawa state.
According to aides of the senator, a car ran into another vehicle right in front of the senator's convoy while heading to Mubi.
The senator was said to have immediately ordered the convoy to stop and personally made way to the accident site where he mobilised some of his aides to rescue the accident victims and personally escorted them to the Hong General Hospital for emergency attention.
Senator Abbo, after asking the doctors on duty to stabilise the victims, also ask them to be referred to the Federal Medical Center in Yola, the Adamawa state capital for a thorough treatment.
As at the time of the report, no victim was recorded dead but they sustained severe injuries.
Meanwhile, the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) recently returned the cash sum of N900,500.00 recovered at a crash scene to the owner.
The cash and other personal effects of the victim were returned to his brother, Sunday Nwevo by FRSC officials on Tuesday, August 11. The crash occurred on Monday, August 10.
According to the FRSC, the victim's name is Emmanuel Okwudiri. The kind gesture by the FRSC also generated reactions by Nigerians on social media with many hailing the commission for the kind gesture.
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