Hero: M.I Helped Save Accident Victim Yesterday

At about 4.15  a.m, M.I Abaga posted a tweet about an encounter with a ghastly accident involving 4 youths in a white Toyota Camry with plate number, TF787KJA. The rapper called for help on the popular social media, Twitter. M.I and his team were returning from Club Octopus, the venue of the Hennessy Artistry event, where he performed alongside Naeto C. Reports from his team reveal that although the artiste found the sight shocking, he is presently at home, and in good condition.




One girl has been removed from the car and is dead… Pretty young girl.. My God…

The driver has been removed… He is still alive thank God.. — jude abaga (@MI_Abaga) October 13, 2012

Pls people drive safely home, buckle up for safety and do not drink and drive.. Also don’t let ur drunk friends drive

Nigeria Entertainment Today (NET) got to the site of the incident, the rapper and his team had left, and the victims had been taken away but a few people were gathered near the scene. Officials of the Lagos State Transport Monitoring Agency (LASTMA) cleared the debris and towed the damaged car away from the road. Although no one could say for sure what the cause of the accident of the accident was, eyewitnesses who spoke on the grounds of anonymity, assumed it was a case of either over speeding, drink-driving or both, as they suspect the victims could have been coming from a club.

One eyewitness in his late forties said ‘I’m sad and speechless, look at the damage. The way these youths ride cars these days, one just has to be prayerful. They speed so much…I pity these ones o, it’s such a loss’ . As the conversations and speculation continued on the sidelines, the LASTMA officials busied themselves with removing the street light which fell on the car and hindered the flow of traffic.

Meanwhile, one of the officials confirmed to us that the accident was indeed ghastly, with only two survivors out of the four passengers. He added that they were all taken to the Lagos State Accident and Emergency Centre. A doctor in the hospital, speaking anonymously, claimed that only one victim was admitted and has been responding to treatment.



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