Oshodi Train Accident ; The bus driver in the Lagos train accident says, "It was not my fault," and he begs the victims for forgiveness.

 Six persons were killed on March 9 in a BRT bus collision with a train. The driver of

the bus has apologized to the families of the dead. In the Shogunle neighborhood of Oshodi, Lagos, on March 9, a train collided with a bus carrying employees of the Lagos state administration.

Finally speaking, the bus driver asks the relatives of the victims. Osinbajo blamed the event on mechanical issues with the bus in his remarks following the tragic development, The Cable report stated.

"I'm not to blame. How could I have disregarded the signs? The bus had a mechanical issue, which was unfortunate. In the name of God, I humbly implore you all to grant me forgiveness," he reportedly stated.

Photos and tears as a corps member killed in the Lagos rail disaster is buried Aina Oreoluwa Juliana, a member of the National Youth Corps who passed away in the Lagos train tragedy on March 9th, has been laid to rest. Six people have been identified as dead, including Aina, after a railway hit a bus carrying employees of the Lagos State Government in the PWD neighborhood of Ikeja.

The deceased corps member was buried on March 12 at the Atan cemetery while working for the Lagos State Ministry of Education's Curriculum Services Department in Alausa.

Aina Oreoluwa Juliana sobs bitterly. Prior to this, Legit.ng stated that Aina's family members had expressed their profound sorrow over their daughter's passing. The grieving family characterized Aina as "a very good person" and stated that learning of her passing still seemed "like a dream" to them.

Deaconess PA Aina, Aina's grandmother, claimed that the dead was her first granddaughter and the only person caring for her.


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