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Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Photos: Six female church leaders who died in fatal accident laid to rest in Kaduna

Six national women leaders of the Evangelical Reformed Church of Christ, who lost their lives in an auto accidents that happened in Kaduna last Sunday, have been laid to rest.

The accident occurred along Kajuru junction Maraba Rido Kachi road in Chikun Local Government Area of the state.

It was gathered that the bus was conveying the women from Kebbi State after attending the inauguration of the Church in the state.


Wife of former ERCC Secretary General and vice chairman Sanga Local Government Council in Kaduna State, Mrs lydia Nuhu Idzi, was among the women that died in the accident. The Federal Road Safety Corps’ Sector Head of Operations, Kaduna, Salish Galadunci, who confirmed the accident said:
"On 14/5/17 at about 1630hrs at Kajuru junction Maraba Rido Kachi road, two vehicles moving in the same direction collided and caught fire with 18 persons inside.
Mr Galadunci explained the vehicles were trying to dodge a motorcyclist who was crossing the road when it collided with another oncoming car and immediately went up in flame, roasting about 13 of the 18 persons in a Toyota Hummer bus with number plate AkW 60 XA.

The first vehicle in front which was on speed tried avoiding the Okada but instead ran into a ditch by the roadside and the other vehicle following, also rammed into the bus in front and there was fire.
“The two vehicles are Toyota bus AkW 60 XA, Toyota Starlet AA 379 FNN. 18 persons involved while 5 persons injured 12 dead burnt alive, 2 were male adults, 10 female adults,” he said.

4 comments:

Emeka Izuogu said...

Rip

Linda I no fit count how many RIPs today chai

Nero Adaka said...

five women and one man. Really sad and heart wrenching

Vivian Reginalds said...

RIP
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Kiama Ibe said...

RIP

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