Crashes: Akoko leaders seek FG’s intervention

Jimoh Ahmed,Ikare Akoko.


Leaders of Akungba Community have called on the federal government through the Federal Ministry of Works, to urgently intervene in the incessant accidents in the town.
They made this call in a release signed by the President of the Asiwaju of Akungbaland, Dr Bode Iwaloye and made available to The Hope.
While sympathising with victims of the accidents, the community prayed that God will console the families of the victims.
Equally, they commended the state government for the steps taken to reduce accidents in the town but called on Governor Akeredolu to proffer a solution to the problem.
The community suggested realigning the sections of the road between Okerigbo hill and Tunji and Tunji filling station and AAUA Guest House (Annex) and Police post, Etioro, widening and dualizing the main road between Okerigbo hill and Etioro to give more space for vehicles and keep gatherings at distance from the main road.
Similarly, the community also appealed to the state government to help facilitate the payment of compensation to the families affected by the recent accidents involving Dangote Cement Company, being isolated accidents involving only Dangote Cement trailers.
They also stated that the community would strive to abide by safety measures put in place by the government.

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