It was a black Thursday today at PWD area of Lagos state, where a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) collided with a moving train. The cause of the collision was not ascertained as at the time of filling this report.
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Reacting to the sad incident, the presidential candidate of Labour party, Peter Obi as commiserated with the victims of the accident and their family. He made this through a Twitter post, “I received the depressing news of a train collision with a BRT Staff Bus in Ikeja today, where precious lives were lost and several people wounded. We must at all cost, guard against accidents like this.” Obi said.
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Below are some pictures from the scene
A population of 15.4 million people was predicted for Lagos in 2015, making it the most populated metropolis in Africa. More than 24 million people are expected to live in Lagos City by 2022, and there will be almost 30 million people living in the surrounding Ogun State and surrounding metropolitan region, making Lagos the most populated urban area in Africa.
Up until December 1991, Lagos served as Nigeria’s capital when the government decided to relocate it to Abuja in the country’s center. Lagos, the economic center of Lagos State and all of Nigeria, is a significant financial hub for Africa.