- The Federal Road Safety Corps has announced the death of a woman as a result of overspeeding in CrossRiver state
- According to the FRSC, the deceased woman was chasing her husband with his alleged mistress when the accident occurred
- Going further, the road agency revealed that the incident involving a Toyota Highlander which occurred on the Muritala Mohammed Highway in Calabar
In what can be described as another sad day in Nigeria, a middle-aged woman has lost her life while trying to apprehend her husband red-handed with his 'side chick'.
According to the sector commander, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), in Cross River, Maikano Hassan, the woman was in a hot chase of her husband on the Muritala Mohammed Highway in Calabar over his “mistress” when the incident occurred as a result of overspeeding.
The woman who was driving a Toyota Highlander was said to have veered off the road into a ditch by the road.
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”Though the woman was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital, but she was said to have died few minutes later due to the injury sustained from the incident.”
"The woman was said to be in pursuit of her husband who was alleged to be with a “side chick” in his car when she lost control of her vehicle, killing herself in the process."
Vanguard Newspaper, quoting a source said that when the woman sighted her husband leaving SPAR shopping Mall in the company of another female, she tried to block her husband’s car with the Toyota Highlander she was driving in.
“Her husband was said to have maneuvered his vehicle out of the attempted blockade and then took the Murtala Muhammed highway, with his wife in serious pursuit.
“In a bid to outrun her husband, she lost control of the speeding vehicle, veered off the road and slammed the vehicle, headlong, into a tree, damaging the vehicle beyond repairs and also killing herself."
Ghastly auto-crash leaves 3 dead, 15 injured as bus guts fire in popular northern state
In another report, no fewer than three persons have been dead in an auto crash where a commercial bus and a Toyota Hilux rammed into each other along the highway in Takai Local government area of Kano state.
Mr. Saminu Yusuf Abdullahi, the spokesperson of the Kano state fire service confirmed the incident which occurred on Sunday, August 28. The Hilux vehicle had three passengers while the commercial hummer bus had 15 passengers in it.
Legit.ng gathered that immediately after the vehicles collided, the hummer bus was engulfed by fire and three people were rescued unconscious, while the remaining victims sustained injuries.
Gas explosion reported near RCCG camp on Lagos-Ibadan expressway
Similarly, a gas explosion has occurred near the popular Redeemed Christian Church of God camp on Lagos-Ibadan expressway.
Earlier reports had suggested that the explosion occurred inside the camp, but residents in the area say it was outside.
The authorities are also said to be on top of the situation to ensure the damage to properties around the area is minimal.