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Truck Owner, Driver Whose Container Kills Two Staff Of FAAN Charged For Manslaughter

China Nnaekpe, 29 and Chidinma Ajoku, 27 killed by Container in Lagos
China Nnaekpe, 29 and Chidinma Ajoku, 27 killed by Container in Lagos

The driver of a truck, Sodiq Okanlawon and truck owner, Wasiu Lekan whose container killed two staff of Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) have been charged to Lagos High Court, Igbosere in Lagos for involuntary manslaughter.

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China Nnaekpe, 29 and Chidinma Ajoku, 27 killed by Container in Lagos
China Nnaekpe, 29 and Chidinma Ajoku, 27 killed by Container in Lagos

The two victims are China Nnaekpe, 29 and Chidinma Ajoku, 27

The container that Okanlawon’s truck loaded, fell on a bus on 26 July at about 4pm and killed two persons instantly.

Both were colleagues, working in the Commercial Department, Hajj & Cargo Terminal, at the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN).

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They were on their way home from work when the truck registered as SGM 715 XA, loaded with a 20ft container, fell on their commercial bus at Ilasamaja on the Oshodi-Badagry Expressway in Lagos state.

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