BAUCHI, Nigeria, – Twenty people, including children, were burnt to death after a public mini-bus collided with a car on a highway in northern Nigeria, the road safety agency said on Tuesday (April 19)
“The accident was caused by a speed violation. A driver was injured, 20 were killed and burnt to ashes,” the Bauchi state command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) said in a statement.
In Africa’s most populous nation, many roads are poorly maintained and riven with potholes, leading to accidents that claim dozens of lives every year.
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