How FRSC & Peace Mass Transit Buried Passengers Involved In Fatal Accident Without Family Consent

Published 1 year ago by: kacy lee
at 06:32 PM, 6/09/2018 (1 year ago)

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Some Nigerians on social media are accusing the management of Peace Mass Transit and FRSC of burying passengers of one of their vehicles that was involved in a fatal accident in Kogi state, without the consent of their family members.

A twitter user identified as @Uncleprank on the platform, who disclosed the news, wrote;

“On 15/08/2018 a vehicle(Bus) of peace mass heading to Enugu from Maraba, Nassarawa state, allegedly caught fire along Kogi state road, burning 12 passengers to death leaving only 2 survivors, Peace mass management buried the deceased without informing their families @segalink”

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kaposky at 07:10 PM, 6/09/2018 (1 year ago)
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THIS PEACE MASS COMPANY AND THEIR OWNER MUST BE DEVILSH.
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kingcalors at 06:46 AM, 7/09/2018 (1 year ago)
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I said it before, PEACE MASS TRANSIT  is fot to be a transport company. A lot is wrong with the company. They are not organized. I pity passengers that enter their bus. Late last year i had a terrible experience when I entered their bus in Umuahia on my way to Lagos. After entering the bus, when the driver entered a fuel station to buy fuel he discovered a fault in the bus and decided to turn back to their garage. When we got to their garage we boarded another Peace mass transit bus which they brought. After driving for about 10 minutes the driver complained that the bus suddenly developed a fault and he had to turn back to their garage. Then we the passengers became scared. We all demanded for a refund which they refused. They brought a 3rd bus which we boarded again. The driver of the 3rd bus didn't know the route and we were rigmaroling. For 1 hour we were still driving round Umuahia, untill we started shouting at the driver and asking people how to connect to Owerri road. Then some of us felt we boarded a wrong Bus. If not for God's intervention, it would've been a different story today. We arrived Lagos Quarter to 12 midnight. "My brother's and Sisters, a word is enough for the wise". Something has to be done as soon as possible.
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nonsovin at 01:20 PM, 7/09/2018 (1 year ago)
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Quote from: kingcalors on 06:46 AM,  7/09/2018
I said it before, PEACE MASS TRANSIT  is fot to be a transport company. A lot is wrong with the company. They are not organized. I pity passengers that enter their bus. Late last year i had a terrible experience when I entered their bus in Umuahia on my way to Lagos. After entering the bus, when the driver entered a fuel station to buy fuel he discovered a fault in the bus and decided to turn back to their garage. When we got to their garage we boarded another Peace mass transit bus which they brought. After driving for about 10 minutes the driver complained that the bus suddenly developed a fault and he had to turn back to their garage. Then we the passengers became scared. We all demanded for a refund which they refused. They brought a 3rd bus which we boarded again. The driver of the 3rd bus didn't know the route and we were rigmaroling. For 1 hour we were still driving round Umuahia, untill we started shouting at the driver and asking people how to connect to Owerri road. Then some of us felt we boarded a wrong Bus. If not for God's intervention, it would've been a different story today. We arrived Lagos Quarter to 12 midnight. "My brother's and Sisters, a word is enough for the wise". Something has to be done as soon as possible.
hmm!
terrible experience.
thank God for your life.
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