7 burnt to death in gory accident

No fewer than seven people were on Saturday night burnt to death in an accident that involved two vehicles around Sandrete Ogunmakin area, on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway.

The Ogun Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Ahmed Umar, confirmed the accident to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday, in Ota.

He said that three other persons sustained various degrees of injuries in the accident.

The Sector Commander explained that the crash, which occurred at about 10.40 p.m., involved a truck and a bus both without registration numbers.

He added that a total of 10 persons were involved in the accident.

He added that seven persons were burnt beyond recognition while the other three sustained various degrees of injuries.

The Sector Commander blamed the unfortunate accident on route violation, adding that the truck and the bus had a head-on collision which resulted in a fire outbreak.

The survivors were taken to Victory Hospital, Ogere, for medical attention, he said.

The FRSC commander cautioned motorists to desist from driving against traffic as there was great danger in route violation.

Mr Umar also commiserated with the family of the crash victims and urged them to contact FRSC Ogunmakin Area for more information about the injured victims.

C/R: Man killed and dumped at a lorry station at Kasoa

A man believed to be in his late 40’s has been killed and dumped at the Kasoa Obom Lorry Station in the Awutu Senya East Municipality of the Central Region.

Information gathered by EIB Network Central Regional Correspondent Yaw Boagyan indicates that the deceased was assaulted at Kasoa High tension, 100 meters from the station, and dumped at the station.

Within four days, three people have been found dead in Kasoa.

Kamel Mohammed who is in charge of the Obom Lorry Station in an interview revealed that the deceased was found Saturday evening with several wounds on him.

The lifeless body was wrapped with a black polythene bag and put in a fridge box.

The body of the deceased has been deposited at Kasoa Hospital Mortuary while police investigation commences.

Dutch Students Built The World’s First Solar-Powered Camper VanBY WILFRED NKHWAZIPUBLISHED OCT 26, 2021

Dutch Students Built The World’s First Solar-Powered Camper Van
The Stella Vita Camper Van has a 450+ mile driving range and comes with 57.4 square meters of solar panels.

Via: Flickr
The automobile industry continues to warm up to the electric and solar-powered car segments. Until a few decades ago, this is something we probably never thought would make it into the real world. From 1955, solar-powered cars had made a huge mark in the industry, and bythe late 20th century, they were set to become the next big thing.

Companies such as Atlis Motor Vehicles and Aptera Motors, among other well-established brands, are making battery-powered vehicles integrated with sophisticated solar panels but with the capabilities of an ordinary gas-powered car, if not more. As far as we know, solar-powered cars have a lot of potential, and may soon dominate the industry with their use of renewable and inexpensive energy.

Students from the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands have designed and built a solar-powered camper van. This 22-student invention has the interior of a motorhome and a driving range of more than 430 miles. The Stella Vita – as the students call it – has already earned itself the insignia as the world’s first solar-powered camper van. The model gets its energy from large solar panels, which have been integrated into the lifting roof. The inside looks like a pimped-up version of a full-size RV, with enough room to sleep, cook, and work.

On September 19, the camper van was driven on a 1,242-mile trip from Eindhoven University to the southern tip of Spain at a town called Tarifa. The Stella Vita camper van completed the journey without stopping to charge.

The Stella Vita Camper Van has a 450+ mile driving range and comes with 57.4 square meters of solar panels. Here’s all you should know about the world’s first solar-powered camper van.

The Stella Vita Has An Eye-Catching Appearance
Via: Solar Team Eindhoven
The Camper Van is all kinds of beautiful. Its front features a wide windshield that extends to become part of the roof. Its futuristic headlights also move to its sides. The van hangs low and has large wheels. The rear of the camper van has passenger-side suicide doors that can open to about 90 degrees for maximum access.

The most interesting part of the van is the roof, which is can be protracted up to provide more room in the cabin. The roof has been fitted with two other solar panels that are only accessible when it’s extended. Its main solar panel occupies a surface area of ​​17.5 square meters. Once extruded, the side solar panels can be folded out to provide a surface area of about 57.4 square meters worth of solar panel surface that traps in a great deal of energy.

Ghana Makes It To The List Of World Bank’s Indebted Poor Countries Under Nana Addo

The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have designated Ghana as one of Africa’s most highly indebted countries.

Tanzania, Ethiopia, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros Islands, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Republic of Congo are among the extremely indebted poor countries that made it to the list with Ghana.

Ivory Coast, Eritrea, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Niger, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia were also given a slot on the list.

This debt relief project entails global financial institutions (such as the IMF and the World Bank) collaborating with governments around the world to reduce impoverished countries’ external obligations to manageable levels.

Meanwhile, external debt in Ghana averaged 12270.04 USD Million from 2007 until 2021, reaching an all time high of 28072.15 USD Million in the second quarter of 2021 and a record low of 2310.06 USD Million in the first quarter of 2007.

Biztown Is On Fire As Mr Kay Features Top Artist On His Afro Pop Track Titled Fyn Gyal. After The Recording Of This Track Led To Misunderstanding Between Swagga Bwoy and Zipbwoy.

Fyn Ghal

Biztown Is On Fire As Mr Kay Features Top Artist On His Afro Pop Track Titled Fyn Ghal. After The Recording Of This Track Led To Misunderstanding Between Swagga Bwoy and Zipbwoy.

Dropping The Audio Soon
Biztown Recordz Ghana (C.E.O) Mr Kay

The Misunderstanding Has Gotten To A Point Where People Will Say It A Beef. The Two DanceHall Artist On This Track Have Been Throwing Shades At Each Other But It Under Control. Is This Really A Track Of Competition?. The Bistown Boss Mr Kay Is Yet To Tell Where The Allegations Has Gotten But For Now Let Expect This Tune Soon.

BadGeng Boss Kweku Kuntu

It A Banger I Might Say. This Track Also Has BadGeng Boss Kweku Kuntu On It I Cant Wait To Hear How The Tune Goes. Mr Kay After Interview Was Asked Who Killed It, Is It The BadGeng Boss or Diamond Empire King Zipbwoy or Yaya Nations Chairman Swagger. Master Kay Said He Leaves That To The Fans To Decide.

Diamond Empire King Zipbwoy

Stay We Will Update You On How Everything Goes With Artist On The Same Track With Beefs. Rumors Says Zipbwoy and Swagga Bwoy Are Enimies Now.

Yaya Nations Chairman Swagger bwoy

How True Is It? Relax We Will Soon Reach Out To Both Of Them And Get You Updated. Enjoy Your Day. Bistown To The Wiase 🔥 🔥

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