Fatal Accident in FCT Abuja Claims Lives of Three: Hosea Stehen, Muhammad Lawal, and Bashir Shaibu

By | July 9, 2023



A fatal motor accident near the Tipper Garage, Dutse Baupma area of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT Abuja has claimed the lives of at least three people. The accident occurred on Saturday and was confirmed by the FCT Police Public Relations Officer, SP Josephine Adeh. She stated that four other individuals who were critically injured are currently receiving treatment at the Kubwa General Hospital.

According to the PPRO, the deceased were confirmed dead at the Kubwa General Hospital after traffic personnel from the command arrived at the accident scene and evacuated all the victims. The deceased have been identified as Hosea Stehen, Muhammad Lawal, and Bashir Shaibu, all males from different locations.

The accident involved a Black Toyota Camry, a Toyota Pilot, a Truck, and a Tricycle. Additionally, a Toyota Jeep reportedly belonging to an officer of the Department of State Services was taken from the scene by DSS Personnel from Ushafa, Abuja. The driver of the vehicle has been identified as David C.Y Audu, a male resident of Ushafa.

The incident has once again highlighted the need for road safety and responsible driving. It serves as a reminder for motorists to adhere to traffic rules and regulations to avoid such tragic accidents. Authorities and relevant agencies should also intensify efforts to enforce traffic laws and ensure that vehicles on the road are in good condition.

The loss of lives in this accident is a tragedy, and the injured individuals must receive the best possible medical care to aid their recovery. It is crucial for the government and stakeholders to work together to improve road infrastructure, promote road safety education, and implement stricter measures to prevent accidents on our roads.

In conclusion, this unfortunate accident near the Tipper Garage in the FCT Abuja has resulted in the loss of lives and injuries. It is a stark reminder of the importance of responsible driving and the need for enhanced road safety measures..